Post # 1
Are we supposed to send a STD and invitation to our parents? Bridal party? I mean, they better all be saving the date anyway.
What about the officiant? We are inviting him and his wife to the wedding. Do we need to send a STD?I’ve only met him once or twice but my parents attend his church.
Post # 3
I sent them to everyone! They will want to cherish them.
Our officiant loved getting it, and called us the ‘love birds’ for the whole time leading up to the wedding because of our invites. 🙂 good memories
Post # 4
Agree. I sent both Save-The-Date Cards and invitations to our bridal party, parents, and minister. Close family and friends may want them to keep for scrapbooks…even if they don’t, it still helps to make the wedding more real when you get something formal in the mail.
Post # 5
We sent them to everyone we were planning on inviting, including family and wedding party. It was fun finding out from them when they got them! 🙂
Post # 6
You’re suppose to send them. My mother and bff save everything.
Post # 7
I am so proud of our Save-The-Date Cards that I am sending them to my sisters, mom, etc. They are a fun little package to get in the mail and eventhough they helped me put them together I want them to have the fun of opening one too.
Post # 8
You do not actually need to send Save The Date cards to anyone. I prefer the practice of sending a personal note to the really important guests, because “STDs” remind me too much of the advance advertising brochures sent out by the convention industry. But, if you like Save-The-Date Cards, send them to whomever you like: etiquette makes no requirement about whom .