Post # 1
I have our wedding invitations and I plan on taking them somewhere like Kinkos to print out the words soon…Our wedding is June 2nd and I’m also not sure when to send the invites out.
When is a good time?
But my main question is: is it okay to ask people through email or facebook what their address is so we can send them invites later on? What have you guys done to get addresses from your guests?
Post # 3
i went through facebook mainly to get addresses. i don’t think it’s tacky cause how wlese are you supposed to get them :p
Post # 4
I did that for alot of people, I think its fine.
Post # 5
I tried my hardest to avoid asking people through facebook, text, and email but some addresses just couldn’t be found otherwise.
Post # 6
i emailed or fb’d friends/family for the addresses that i didn’t have. i live in another country so how else?
i didn’t think there was proper protocol.
Post # 7
I have no problem with it and am sort of obssessive about etiquette.
Post # 8
That’s how I got most of my addresses!! Either that or text, or email 🙂
Post # 9
This was the most difficult thing! I think any way the addresses come in (even by donkey cart) they should be fine!
Post # 10
I got the majority of addresses from my personal address book (yay compulive Outlook usage and stockpiling Christmas card addresses) or my parents’ pesonal address book (they still send snail mail). For FI’s family, I was lucky that one of his close cousins is getting married in the near future and had an excel spreadsheet she was willing to share with me. The small remainder of addresses (e.g. FI’s friends) we obtained via text.
Post # 11
I used Facebook and texts to get most of my addresses.. I think it’s totally fine!
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
whitepages.com had all but ONE of my guests’ addresses. It even had correct address for the people who were in rentals!
Give it a try. 🙂
Post # 14
Oh, we absolutely emailed/called/Facebook-ed for addresses. We did it in, like, January even though our wedding was in July because we sent save-the-dates.
The rule of thumb is to send your invites 6-8 weeks before the wedding. I think mine went out around 7 or 8 weeks.
Post # 15
I used, email, facebook, my mom, his mom, asking in person, carrier pigeon, etc. There’s no one way to get this done. In my opinion, this was the most time consuming, exhausting process.
Post # 16
Yes. I’ve been stalking people on facebook for their addresses.