Post # 1
I am in a bit of a pickle. We are having a destination wedding in September in Mexico. I have already gotten simple wedding invites as well as response cards. We planned our destination wedding through a travel agency and they are providing me with a guest information package to send to all of our guests, and I am having trouble with how I am going to distribute it. I dont really want to email everyone since I am already sending invitations. My plan was just to insert into the invitation envelope but the package is about 10 pages 8×10 and our wedding invites are 5×7. Do you have any ideas on how I should go about this in a classy way?? Please help! All ideas are appreciated!!!
Post # 3
@MrsWheaton I emailed everyone all the informatino for the wedding the dates, the price, and our travel agents contact info. I will then send invites to the people who are confirmed to come on the destination. I felt this way was easier for us because we were able to save on postage and also on the cost of invites
Post # 4
I would send out the invites first then follow up with packewho for those who confirmed or intrested. I PERSONALLY feel that you ask a lot of guest when you choose a Destination Wedding and they can at least be invited formally in a presentable way, it sets the tone for your wedding and your guest experience. If I received a packet with the invitation placed inside I honestly would question the quality of the trip, accomidations and the value of me as a guest, especially of your invites as basic envilope mail that would be .45 – .65. I just look at it as a part of the wedding expencess thg should be budgeted for.
If you are sending out STDs mayby put those in the packet but the formal invite should remain separate.
Post # 5
Could you put all the information on a wedding website and send out the link?
Post # 6
+1! Thats what I did OP. I also ended up sending reminder emails too.
Post # 8
This is what we did too! We set our RSVP up on the site as well.
OP if you want to take a look at our wedding site PM me I’ll send you a link 🙂
Post # 9
Great idea. I’d put it on the webpage AND email it to everyone who RSVPs or is interested in coming. That way you can be really sure that everyone gets the info.
Post # 10
We included our wedding website address on our save the dates, so everyone would have all of the information they needed asap.