Post # 1
So I am getting married in October, on the 16th.
At a recent family luncheon with the Mr’s family, i got a few comments that made me a little nervous…
“I love that you guys are getting married 10.10.10, that way we won’t forget the anniversary…” ot “hey guys, 10.10 that’s coming fast!!”
The comments are appreciated, but the date is wrong.. we are geting married the next weekend… on the 16th
I was wondering if i should send out the invitations now, rather than wait and have the rest of Mr’s family confused..
Do any of you think that it would be weird to send out invites this early?
Post # 3
I guess I’m not sure why didn’t you just correct them when they said it? I wouldn’t rush your invites. Just I have your FI’s mom or whoever get the word out there to clarify your date to their family, until you send them out.
Post # 4
Invitations usually go out 6-8 weeks in advance and you’re only a couple of weeks away from being 8 weeks out. If the invites are ready, you could probably send them now, but I wouldn’t rush just because of a few random comments.
And I would definitely correct people when they talk about the wrong date! Just a gentle, “Oh, it’s not the 10th, it’s the 16th” would do!
Post # 5
I started getting a lot of questions at the 10 week mark and my invites were ready so I just sent them out!
It made me feel better too! So I say go for it!
Post # 6
We did correct them, and assumed that they would send the message along to anyone that they told 10.10, but we have a lot of people coming from out of town internationally. We did talk to my FI’s about calling the out of towners, but on the off chance that they don’t, i was just wondering if sending them a little early would be weird.
I am prematurely worrying, but i haven’t gone out and gotten any postage or anything, I was just wondering…
I will hold off and try to make sure that we call anyone who has to buy plane tickets and hopefully no one has bought a wrong date yet….