Post # 1
hi Hive… so i have a couple questions that i nees help on… One- is september a summer month ar a fall month? i have looked at a few different places (websites/books) and they say different things. some say fall, others say summer. i don’t know what i will do with the information but for some reason i think i will feel better when i get a better consensus of it. also Postcard RSVP’s. are they just what they sound like-a postcard that you send back? so all the info can be seen right? i don’t have a problem with that i just want to make sure that i am picturing the right thing. (if that is what it is i SOOO wanna do that.) i know i have alot more questions but those are what are in my head now…. i’ll be back with more. you ladies are my “go-to” gals….
Post # 3
1. The start of fall is Sepetember 23rd I believe.
2. Yes an RSVP postcard is a postcard for the RSVP. Instead of having a card in an evelope, people just have a postcard. Don’t forget that postage is increasing at the beginning of next year so I would wait to purchase until after the increase.
Post # 4
So, I guess it depends on your location. I live in Los Angeles, where Septmeber is still definetly considered “summer”. But, I would think if you were in New England, or Pacific Northwest, etc… Sept. might feel more like the fall. Also, early Sept – summer – late Sept – fall!
As for the postcards, yes – that’s exactly what it is. No personal info is really being communicated, so I wouldn’t worry about it just being “open”. And it saves on postage and is eco-friendly.
Check out the Paper section of the board – many many bees have posted their inviation suites. There should be many examples of postcard RSVP’s.
Post # 5
thanks so much guys!!! i just went through some of the paper posts and i saw a postcard STD!!!! would i have to write anything on the back of those?!
Post # 6
We’re doing Postcard Save-The-Date Cards and I’ll just put the address on the back.. since they aren’t returned I figure all it needs is the recipeints address =)
Post # 8
On our postcard Save-The-Date Cards, we put a picture with with the date and everything on the front and then the back had the receipents address and some more info about the wedding with the website.
Post # 9
I’ve always thought:
December, January, February: Winter
March, April, May: Spring
June, July, August: Summer
September, October, November: Fall
Post # 10
I think anything after Labor Day is considered Fall but really it depends on your area. Here in Louisiana we get fall at the end of October and thru Mid Novemeber Summer lasts from early May until then lol
Post # 11
In the pacific northwest sept is fall. not summer because weather. in the south or east I think it would still be summer.
Post # 12
The seasons aren’t determined by the weather. They are specific days every year, based on the tilt of the earth.
Spring Equinox: March 21
Summer Solstice: June 21
Autumn Equinox: September 21
Winter Solstice: December 21