Post # 1
My daughter is getting married in Egypt, in her fiancé’s home city. She would like to send invitations to her close family and friends in the US, (people she would have invited to a local wedding) even though she knows that none of them will be able to attend. Should she include RSVP cards? She doesn’t want to appear to presume that anyone is expected to drop that kind of money on a wedding, yet it seems odd not to include anything. Opinions?
Post # 2
Yes. Why would she invite them if they dont have a way to decline/accept the invitation? You never know who may be looking for a reason to travel to another country and/or want to support your daughters marriage. You absolutely have to include them.
Or- if they are tech/internet savvy, you could also use a wedding website and have RSVP through that. Though I would suggest RSVP cards for the older crowd.
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
If you’re going to send the invitation, definitely send the rsvp with it.
Post # 4
Thanks so much. We were pretty sure, just wanted to double check.