Post # 16
Here is a pic of our inviations except they will be in pink. I just love them. A coworker of mine is making them for us. We will ask them to RSVP by 5/29 for a 6/12 wedding date and will try to mail them out around the first week of April since we aren’t sending Save The Dates.
Post # 17
I am sending our invites out next week for our June 20th wedding with a May 1st RSVP due date. EVERYONE is flying in for the wedding so I wanted to give extra notice (even if everything was on the wedding website on the save the date) Fiance family is crazy!!! Plus it gives room for late RSVPs for food planning. (we are having a plated dinner)
Post # 18
We sent out the last invites this morning! We are having a Destination Wedding, so we had to get them out early.
Post # 19
We are getting married the same day! We plan on sending our invitations our the last week of March (because we have lots of out of town guests), but a reply date by May 6th. Like you said, it gives us a month to track people down who forget to RSVP and also enough time to make our perfect seating plan! So soon 😀
Post # 20
I sent our invites out on March 11th for our June 14th wedding, with an RSVP date of May 1st. 85% of our guests will be arriving from out of town and the hotel block expires 45 days before the wedding date (so end of April).
Also, my venue requires me to send a seating chart and meal prefernces two weeks in advance, so I wanted time to track people down and plan out the seating. I’ve already recieved 8 or 9 cards back 🙂
Post # 21
I’m getting married June 20th. I sent out save the date a couple months ago, so not concerned about out of town guests making plans because they’ve already started if they know they are coming. I’m sending invites out last week of April with a RSVP date of June 1st. My caterer needs final number June 10th so that gives me time to round people up who didn’t RSVP.