Post # 1
I sent out my main invitations a few weeks back. I was planning on going back and ordering more invitations for the b list, but after a few unexpected expenses wasn’t able to. I feel kind of bad that while at Michael’s (the craft store) I found a really cute DIY invitation set. It’s what i’m using instead. None of these people know the people on the A list so i don’t think they’ll sit and compare and be like “hey, yours is prettier and fancier than mine!”, but I still can’t help but feel a little bad about doing this..
Post # 3
What they don’t know won’t hurt them… hehe.
Honestly, most people throw out the invites after the wedding (or after they RSVP’d) so I wouldn’t worry about it or feel too bad about it! 🙂
Post # 4
Don’t feel bad! If anyone mentions anything, just say that you ran out and had to have two different kinds.
Post # 5
That totally doesn’t matter at all!! If you wanted to, you could design a different inviation for each person! Which would be crazy, but still, you could!
Post # 6
No one will notice but you, I’m sure they’ll just be delighted to be invited regardless of the invitation itself.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Don’t worry about it! We might have to do the same thing. 😉
Post # 8
It really doesn’t matter, it’s nice to be invited to a wedding at all, and most people don’t hold onto the invite anyway.
Post # 9
I understand where you are coming from, but I think if anyone asks you can just say you ran out of invitations and send another kind. It will be fine!
Post # 10
I don’t think it is a big deal, I am a huge perfectionist so I wouldn’t be able to sleep well at night if they weren’t the same but when it comes down to guests receiving different invites I wouldn’t care. Like you said, no one knows each other so no one will ever find out.