Post # 1
I’d rather not send Save the dates, or if we do, only send them to out of town gifts that will need to make travel arrangements.
If we did go the route of sending save the dates to only some of them, will others be offended if they find out some were sent and they didn’t get them? I’d gladly explain they were sent for out of town guests only, and call it good but I don’t know.
does it matter if the out of towners are family members, so it’s not like I could jsut tell them anyhow, because they’ll be in the know on plans.
Post # 3
I didn’t send “Save the Dates” but I did try to let people know in advance when we were getting married.
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2012 - Catholic Church
Where I’m from nobody does Save the Dates. We just made sure that out of town people who were being invited were aware of it and could make their travel arrangements.
Post # 5
I don’t think save-the-dates are necessary. Some people like them and some don’t. It’s up to you. Personally, I’d either send them to everybody or nobody.
Post # 6
We didn’t send Save-The-Date Cards to everyone.
I made some business card sized Save-The-Date Cards on vistaprint with the basic info, and put them in Christmas cards to out of town family that I’d normally send Christmas cards to. Then Darling Husband and I had cards to carry with us if people asked us for more information on the hotels or times or anything. The cards had our wedding website on them with everything listed.
People thought it was genius!
Post # 7
@MissMaryMc: that is a good idea.
I gues I need to make a wedding website. where did you make yours?