Post # 1
- Wedding: Lifetime Celebrations
I have a game for you all. Can anyone read over this invitation and tell me what is missing?
I just picked them up today and I love them soo SOO much except for this one bit of missing info. I’m already late getting them out. Then I notice this once I get home. I am panicing. I have emailed the girl who custom made them for me and have not heard back yet.
What should I expect from them as far as fixing this problem. What can I do if she tells me she can’t fix it? She is the professional and she should know this needs to be on the invitation. I’m soo freaking nervous right now of what to expect. After the price we paid, if my fiance finds this out…he will lose his mind.
Thanks in advance for the advice and playing my guessing game.
Post # 2
Is it the time of the ceremony missing?
Post # 3
I’m not sure what’s missing but if you’re uncomfortable with people online seeing any addresses associated with your wedding you should blank out the website as well.
Post # 4
I didn’t see anything when I looked at it at first, but after reading the first reply, that would make sense. There’s no time and eventually your guests will realize that.
Post # 5
I was thinking the same thing about the wedding website. But yeah, you definitely need the time on there. I don’t see why she wouldn’t be able to fix that for you. Did you not have drafts that you approved before?
Post # 6
As a guest I would want to know when to show up…
Post # 8
serenitykittie: You have no time and not RSVP date….
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
The time. That’s pretty important. If I were you I would rush redo them and take the loss. The time is one of those things you really need…
Post # 10
serenitykittie: also…if you approved a proof you may be SOL as for getting anything. I would recommend posting it on your website or including a funny little poem on another card about how you forgot to include the time.
Post # 11
There’s no time and the date is written twice
Post # 12
The ceremony time and capitalizing “Corinthians”?
Post # 13
No time for the ceremony. It also isn’t on your wedding website, and someone left a comment on your website asking what time the wedding is. hope you can get it fixed asap!! i was so terrified something like this would happen to me that i checked mine dozens of times before approving it.
Post # 14
If she showed you a proof and you gave it the ok, you’re probably out of luck. You’re gonna have to pay twice.
If she didn’t show you a proof, you might be able to get her to eat the money instead of you. But one way or another these things have to be paid for. Printing isn’t free and they have to be reprinted.
Post # 15
serenitykittie: yes time and RSVP info ? The time missing is def an issue an the designer should have noticed her mistake