Most brides-to-be will have many questions when planning wedding. Some are common questions some are special questions. Most common questions involve wedding invitations etiquette. In this post I won’t to answer all the questions.
Basic questions about wedding stationery etiquette:
Q: “Can I have two bridal showers? If I wanted two bridal showers, one for family and the other for just the bridal paty… Who should I invite besides girlfriends, sister? Maybe a few female co-workers who I’m inviting to the wedding…”
A: Yes, of cause you can have two baridal showers. You can invite every female that will receive an invitation to your wedding. It is tacky and rude to invite people to a Bridal shower and not invite them to a wedding. Is it bad form to leave out the people(eg. sister in law) you are not closed.
Q: “Who should you mention on the Wedding Invitations? Should the wedding invitation be written from all hosts? And that a host is someone that is paying for the wedding.”
A: There are too many people involved to put them all on the invitation. Make it simple, and make the invite to the wedding from just you and your fiancé,
e.g. Jennifer and Robert would like you to join us on our special day, then the details. Then no one will be offended.
That’s what most couples do anyway, wedding invitations aren’t as formal as they used to be.
Q: “How to word hotel info on the Save the Date Cards?”
A: You do not need write any information on Save the Dates except the name of the couple and the wedding date. Save the Dates are just announcements saying “Hey, we finally got engaged! Our wedding is on [insert date here] so mark your calendars!”.
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