Thursday, April 12, 2012

Liz's Daily Wedding Quote - 4/12/11

You can send out Save the Dates whenever you want once you've picked the date and your location. With separate lists, that does get a little tricky. My recommendation is to just send them out to your "A" list (the people you MUST invite), or really, don't send them out at all. Think of it this way - either way, word of mouth will spread, and your wedding is so far off that anyone would believe that you haven't finalized your guest list. Why make it look like you have? [Your Wedding is in October, so] your invites should go out in either July or June anyway, depending on how many out-of-towners you're expecting, so why potentially create any static before then? Oh, and don't use different RSVP dates for the separate list - ONE date, just give yourself an internal deadline. For example, if you haven't heard from your A list say, a month or so after you sent out the invites, contact them and see if they're planning to come. And then send invites out to the "B" list.

Taken from Ask Liz: It's The Right Thing To Do, The Broke Ass Bride, 2/4/11

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