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You’ve put a lot of thought into who you want to be there on your wedding day. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that every single person on the guest list will be able to RSVP “Yes”. If a guest lets you know that they cannot attend before your invitations go out, should you still send them an invite?
It’s time for the bride and groom to take a sigh of relief – their wedding invitations are out! That means the rest is up to you, the guest, to help them with their remaining wedding plans. Once you receive that invitation in the mail, it’s important to be prompt in your reply, and don’t forget to check for these small but essential details!
Creating your own wedding website is a modern way to make sure your guests know all there is to know about your wedding day. With so many customization options, it can be hard to decide what to include. Start with these basics and your guests will have no need to reach out to you with further questions – they’ll have it all right there on your site!
An adult’s-only wedding reception is far from uncommon – in fact, at our Lehigh Valley wedding venue, we see many couples opt to limit their guest list to just the grown-ups. When you decide to impose this age line, telling your guests who have kids of their own can feel awkward – but it doesn’t have to!
Your RSVPs are coming in, and you and your fiancé are ready to do the impossible: construct the perfect seating arrangement for your wedding guests. As important as it is to sit friends together and exes far apart, there are reasons aside from who knows who to choose certain seats for certain guests. Don’t overlook these oft-forgotten elements of developing the perfect seating chart.
You’re planning a celebration that you and your fiancé will remember for the rest of your lives. It’s a huge day for the two of you, but it’s also a big day for your friends and family. As suggestions, requests and ideas come pouring in from your loved ones during wedding planning, it’s difficult to draw the line. But “no” doesn’t have to be a cursed word in your wedding vocabulary if you learn to use it the right way. Here’s how.