Post # 1
Do we need to put a phone number or email to RSVP or Regret to on the Rehearsal Dinner invite? Fiance doesn’t think his parents will want everyone calling them. I agree because I’m sure we’ll hear from everyone invited before the big day anyway to find out travel plans. I’m just not sure I’ve ever seen an invite that left that info out.
I do think the invites have turned out pretty awesome! I’m totally just learning Adobe Illustrator so I used an invite I saw on etsy as a template and tutorial because it had a lot of good things to learn in it.
The original is here http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=39487590
And mine is attached.
Post # 3
Wow, that is great work. Could you have people call you?
Post # 4
We created an email address specifically for rehearsal dinner RSVP’s (something like [email protected], for example) since we’re inviting all Out of Town guests, so it would have been a lot of phone calls. I think we might still include a phone number, for people who aren’t comfortable emailing, but it should still cut down on the number of calls.
The invitations look great!
Post # 5
Well, I went ahead and sent them to print at zazzle.com just like they are last night. My mom thought it wouldn’t matter since the only people invited are in immediate family and the bridal party and we’re in almost daily contact with most of them anyway. I wasn’t even going to do invitations for it, but we were snowed in and I wanted to learn Illustrator. A fun little side project!