Post # 1
Hey bees, some of you may have saw my thread deciding whether or not to move my wedding time due to timeline issues.
We ended up moving the wedding time from 5:30 to 4pm. All guests have been notified, but I am super worried they will forget about the time change & come at 5:30. To ease my fears I have decided to send out a postcard reminder the week of the wedding.
How would you word this?
I was toying around with..
“Just a reminder! The wedding ceremony of ___________ & ___________ has been moved to 4 o’clock in the evening. We are so excited to see you there!”
But.. Idk. How would you word it? Paging Julies……..
Post # 2
cls9q: A Friendly Reminder: The Wedding ceremony of you&fi has been moved to 4 o’clock in the evening. We look forward to seeing you.
…I suck at these things… so I’m not much help. Haha
Post # 3
onthefritz: Haha. I’m sure how I worded it is fine… I’m rethinking every thing as the wedding gets closer!
Post # 4
I think your wording is fine! I might change “We are so excited to see you there!” to “We look forward to celebrating with you!” because “so excited” is a bit modern/conversational, but really, whatever you say is fine 🙂
Make sure you send out the postcard reminder with enough time for it to travel through the mail system. Like, maybe send it out 2 weeks before the wedding, so it’ll arrive a week before the wedding?
Post # 5
I think 4:00 is considered afternoon.
Just a reminder, the wedding of * and * has been moved to an earlier time – 4 o’clock in the afternoon on (date). We look forward to seeing you there!
Post # 6
GroovyHippieChick: Yes. Don’t forget to put the date on there as well. The chance of someone being confused is small, but still existent, so reminding them of the date can’t hurt. I think this wording is good too.
Post # 7