Post # 1
My grandfather just emailed and suggested I invite his friend from England to our wedding. He gave me her email address.
I assume she will not come because it’s such short notice. However, I’d like to give her the chance to come.
Should I email her and say, “An invitation is on its way, but I wanted you to know…”?
Should I just send the invitation?
I would prefer to email her and send the invitation, if that’s allowed…but it feels really informal. Thoughts?
Post # 3
I think that’s totally fine!
Post # 4
@mrshunnybunches: I figured it out!
“Hi S — I am getting married in June, and I would love to send you an invitation. Could you send me your address?”
Post # 5
@peachacid: Emailing to say the invite is on the way sounds fine to me!
Post # 6
@peachacid: Perfect! You answered your own question, lol. 😉
Post # 7
@peachacid: That sounds perfect!! Nothing wrong with saying via email that an invitation is on the way, when it’s short notice.