Post # 1
My fiance and I will be having 2 different ceremonies – a Catholic one and an Indian one. Does anyone have advice on sending out invitations? Do we need to send out 2 separate invitiations or can we send 2 within the same envelope? Do you suggest making the 2 invitations different so it is more noticeable to the guests that there are 2 totally different ceremonies going on that day?!? Any other advice from people who have been through this before/are going through it now would we awesome!
Thanks for the help!
Post # 3
Are all the guests being invited to both ceremonies?
Post # 5
I recently got married and had 2 ceremonies – my husband is Indian as well, and we had a Sikh Ceremony and a Catholic one.
I made my own invitations and we sent out 1 invitation with 5 pieces – a Catholic Ceremony invitation, a Sikh Ceremony invitation, a Sangeet invitation, the RSVP card, and an Accomodations card with our website and hotel names.
Style wise I think it is best for the entire invitation suite to be the same in terms of design, and I think your guests will understand the two ceremonies, as long as you word everything clearly!
Also – on the RSVP card, we had 4 events to check off (which definitely clarifies things): Sangeet RSVP, Sikh Ceremony RSVP, Catholic Ceremony RSVP, and Reception RSVP.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
Post # 6
I think that if you are inviting the same people to both ceremonies then there is no need to send two separate invitations, just word it so that there is no confusion and as the previous poster did add the RSVP’s again making sure that they are well clarified and everything should be okay