(Closed) invite wording…

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
69 posts
Worker bee

Yes, I noticed the error, but I don’t think its super significant! If you have enough time and financial resources to get your invitations reprinted, than totally do it. If not—its no big deal–just a minor error!


Post # 4
342 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I hate to admit it, but I am a huge skimmer when it comes to reading, so I didn’t notice the error the first time I read it.  Concerning wedding invitations, I rarely even read the whole thing –  I just focus on the key elements, write the date in my planner, and stick the invitation on the fridge.

That being said, if I were you and had the resources, I would reprint and reglue the invites b/c I’m a stickler for details when I DIY something.  If you don’t have the resources (time, money, etc.) I wouldn’t worry about it.  I’m sure a large portion of your guests will simply skim the invitation and not even notice.

Post # 5
398 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2009

Oh this is a hard one. It definitely is a mistake however it still protrays the message (in this case the date) on the flip side it is likely the most read (besides location) line on the invitation and something that your guest are likely to re-read over and over.

I say if you have the resources (time, money, patience) to re-do it.  This is after all your guest first impression of the wedding.

 Good Luck!

Post # 6
192 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

If you DIY with the invitations and have the money and resources to do them again go for it!! I noticed but only the second time around when I was really looking for an error. If you had them printed you need to tell the company who did them for you they should redo them for free. Otherwise if you decide to leave them I don’t know how many people would actually notice. Like I said I would have not noticed until you pointed it out to me.

Post # 7
62 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Honestly, I didn’t notice the mistake either at first.  But for me, I’m such a stickler for details – I would redo them.  That could be just me because it would bother me enough to not want to send them out like that.  I agree – if you have the time and the money to redo them – I definitely would.

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