Post # 1
Help!!! I received my invitations and noticed that the wording said “A block of rooms have been reserved for you at…” I didn’t notice this when I gave the okay to go ahead and print the invitations. I know that it should say “A block of rooms has been reserved for you at…” It’s too late to print new ones and I know it was my responsibility to check the wording when I signed the contract. Does anyone else think this is a big deal?? I’m hoping nobody notices.
Post # 2
I wouldnt worry about it lady. And if anyone notices just say “you plan a wedding!” lol wedding brain tends to be mush and the use of has and have is the elave of your worry 🙂
Post # 3
I had to say it a million times out loud. I would have never noticed! As a matter a fact it’s not even a typo to Me.
Post # 4
Lol don’t worry. I had a capital b mid sentence! Admitedly on a new line but it still annoyed me lol and I spent literally weeks checking them! It’s life 🙂
Post # 5
I wouldn’t worry too much about it. Some people will notice, some won’t, but it’s not big enough to waste the time and money to reprint them.
Post # 6
happybee123: Most people won’t even notice – I wouldn’t worry about it!!!
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - Waldorf Astoria, Chicago
I did not notice, don’t let it bother you…I bet most people will not notice either, not worth spending the money to reprint them!
Post # 8
Thanks so much everyone 🙂 I feel so much better. So far nobody has said anything! I’m hoping that means nobody noticed!