This week, we’re tackling the topic of your wedding rehearsal and rehearsal dinner! Stay in the loop with updates to your email. First up… who to invite to the rehearsal dinner.
Let’s tackle an important to-do on your wedding list: the rehearsal dinner guest list. Who should you invite to the rehearsal dinner? Read on to find out!
Who to Invite
Keep your rehearsal dinner guest list short and sweet. Only those who will actually take part in the rehearsal need to be invited to the rehearsal dinner. This includes the bride and groom, their parents, the officiant, the wedding party (and any child attendants like the flower girl and ring bearer), musicians, and readers. You will also need to invite spouses or dates for the above. We encourage you to invite grandparents, special family members, or close friends whom you wish to attend. If you have out-of-town guests, consider an invitation to them as well, as they will delight in an invitation to celebrate with you.
Find out more about the rehearsal & rehearsal dinner
Coming up next in our series on The Rehearsal, we’ll discuss whether you need to send invitations for the rehearsal dinner. You can follow along with this series here or subscribe so you don’t miss it!
We hope this helps you decide who to invite for your rehearsal dinner. Let us know in the comments or leave any questions you may have!