Post # 1
So if you got married within this past year, should you send a Christmas card to everyone who attended your wedding? I was just wondering becuase I don’t really want to send out over 100 cards but then again I have one of those families that will complain and say “Oh YOU got a card but I didn’t? I went to the wedding too!”
Eh, this could get very expensive! What are you 2010 brides doing for Christmas cards?
Post # 3
I’m not sending them to EVERYONE. I’m sending them to family that we typically get cards from, the wedding party, and our other friends we exchange cards with.
Post # 4
I don’t think the guests at your wedding have anything to do with the christmas cards. If you sent them all a thank-you thats all they need. Just send cards to who you want because you’re right it gets too expensive and you’re not going to keep that up for every year.
Post # 5
I would stick with the same people I sent them to before the wedding.
Post # 6
Im not sending them to every wedding guest! Im just going to send them to some family and close friends. For example I will send a card to DHs Aunt and Uncle but not to each of their 3 grown children. I think you can do it however you like it!
Post # 7
We’re sending them to everyone who attended our wedding. But that was only 55 people.
Post # 8
I only send them to close family and friends, and then I also typically send them to anyone I’ve recieved one from.
Post # 9
I just worked on this last night. We decided to send to family and friends that we normally send to and added a few other people that came from out of town for our special day!