Post # 1
We are having a bigger and more informal rehearsal party, cocktails and heavy ap’s.
I just had my showers 2 weeks ago and have the thank you cards ready. Would it be tacky to put the rehearsal party invite cards in with the thank you’s? I would be mailing them at the exact same time, so it seems silly to waste postage.
Post # 3
I see nothing wrong with it! Thanks so much for attending my shower, No lets party at the rehearsal come join us! LOL I think its fine. Its not liek your saying thank you then asking for money lol
Post # 4
Who is the host for the rehearsal party? Unless it truly is you, then I would think it less than ideal to include the invites.
Post # 5
Fiance and are planning and paying for the rehearsal money. It is being held at my parents house. We are using money that DH’s parents are giving us as a wedding present, but it wasn’t specifically ear-marked for that.
Post # 6
I think I’d do them separately….
Post # 7
I’ve never even received a formal rehearsal dinner invitation. It’s usually word of mouth around here, I guess. I think you’re fine!
Post # 8
I’m planning to have a very informal rehersal party and so I’ve decided to just sent out an evite to guests. I mean…these people all know and love us. They’re not going to wave their fingers at us for not sending them another piece of paper. PS-before I became a member of weddingbee, I didn’t realize there was such a thing as rehersal dinner invites…
Post # 9
Just do an evite! We did an Evite for our welcome party/rehearsal dinner and it was free and easy to keep track of responses
Post # 10
We have a number of guests who we would have to contact anyway, because they aren’t internet peeps.
Would Christmas card inserts be any better?