You’re having a destination wedding, yay! Now it’s time to invite those guests. Here's some tips to get started:
Give Them Notice
It’s best to extend the invites no more than14 months in advance –after your resort has been booked. The reason you want to do this is so your guests can plan out their vacation time, reserve a babysitter (if needed), and have plenty of time to save up!
Save The Dates
To ensure your guests have the proper notice to travel to your destination wedding, you’ll want to make sure you send the save the dates out well in advance. The extra time will allow your guests to save up on vacation days and budget accordingly. Be sure your save the dates include your wedding date, your destination, and most importantly –a link to your wedding website! Let your guests know to check in regularly, as important details will be added as them come in.
No RSVPs Necessary
An RSVP is unnecessary to include on your destination wedding save the dates because we track them for you! We’ll keep tabs on who is traveling with who and when, so you don’t have to be scrambling for final numbers. We’ve found that a traditional RSVP for destination weddings presents too many “false positives” or guests wanting to attend, but can’t.
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