(Closed) Rehearsal and Rehearsal Dinner Invitations

posted 3 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
801 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

We used Paperless Post – they have beautiful evites (think classy and elegant). They also give the option for guests RSVP by clicking attend/not-attending. Therefore, you  have complete access to who has viewed the card as well as those who have RSVP’d. For those who haven’t RSVP’d they allow you to send a reminder email. We also used their Paper section for our invitations. 

Post # 3
45975 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

nittanybride14:  I would send the invitation to the rehearsal to those who need to be there.

I would send a separate invitation to the rehearsal dinner, including the SO’s/ spouses of the wedding party and others you want at the RD but who don’t need to be at the rehearsal itself. You can include a line that they are welcome to observe the rehearsal if that will make their transportation plans easier.

As you suggested I would ask those closest to us to stay and help with decorations. You may find you get other volunteers once the RD guests hear what’s happening after.

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