Post # 1
Making Save-The-Date Cards for next year and the list is being made. I asked my dad and he said that not a lot of people would go. Money is tight this year for a lot of people and not a lot of people would be able to come. My grandmother and Mother-In-Law has said that. I completely understand and I get it. I would be a little sad that there would be guests who would not be able to make it but I would understand and send them pictures of the event anyway. That being said is it even worth sending a STD to those invited? I want to send them but I don’t want to hurt any feelings. They should make their own decision if they want to come and I will be putting tips for saving and even where to save money on flights and hotel packages on the website. I don’t know what to do.
Post # 3
i’d send them anyway – let them make the decision if they want to come or not.
Post # 4
Send them – let it be their decision not yours.
Do you mean general tips about saving or just tips on cheap(er) accommodations/travel? I think people would appreciate the latter but not the former.
Post # 5
Tips on saving in Hawaii. This place is pretty expensive but then again travel here and things to do are pretty cheap if you look for good deals. For instant a trip to Waimea Falls isn’t so bad and going to Turtle Bay is basically free. I also wanted to send links to sites that have suggestions of how to save on accomodations.
Post # 6
Don’t assume someone won’t come until you get an RSVP card back with the decline box checked!
Yes, if you’re having a wedding that requires travel, you should expect a higher % of declines but really, you never know what people’s financial situations.
Besides, people will be happy to know they are included, even if they can’t make it.
Post # 7
@Doralise: Ok, that sounds great! (I wasn’t sure by your initial wording if you meant something like how to save money in general, in your daily life, which might not be well received.) But tips on how to save money in the area is always appreciated I think.