Post # 1
I’m busy sending out invitations and was wondering if it is a bad idea to send a paperless invitation to some guests. These guests are mostly school colleagues that I’ve been to college with. Some of them still live on campus and so I don’t see why I need to send each of them an invite (they’re like 10 people). I could use those invitations to send to actual families.
Is this a good idea or should I give each of them an invite?
Post # 2
We’re doing paperless invites for our over seas family (so it gets there safely & on time) and our “younger” guests, as we both feel like it’s easier to remember something when it’s in an email as opposed to checking the fridge. So I say go for it! Some Bees will say it’s not proper etiquette, but IMO modern etiquette is changing with modern times, so go with it. 🙂
Post # 3
It’s probably different in Asia but my friends have always just sent us a FB invite and only send wedding invites to their family members. It doesn’t bother me, cos I would somehow misplace the wedding invites anyway, and FB reminders are always great!
Post # 4
I would be 110% annoyed to receive an online invite.
Post # 5
I misplace the invites anyway, but some people seem to care.
We are doing electronic save the dates, printed AND electronic invitations (people will get both), and electronic RSVP.
Post # 6
Sounds like your friends are younger and more tech-savvy so I don’t think they would seem to mind just getting a email invite.
Post # 7
give everyone an invite. I’m tech saavy but would be irritated to get an email invite, espeically if I knew “real families” got actual invites. Regardless if they’re in college, they still deserve the same as everyone else IMO