Happy Wednesday, loves! We’re kicking off this beautiful morning with a wedding advice question. Marissa has a question about rehearsal dinner invitations and it may be something you’ve been wondering yourself. She asks,
“Hi Emmaline! Our rehearsal and rehearsal dinner is coming up soon (I’m getting married on July 2nd) and I have no idea how to let my bridesmaids, groomsmen, and family know. I’ve already told everyone the date, but do I need to send rehearsal dinner invitations? Or is it less formal (an email or Facebook)? Please help! Thanks!”
Great question, Marissa! We’re happy to help! Read on find out the answer…
Rehearsal Dinner Invitations
When it comes to your rehearsal dinner, there are no hard rules: you can keep it light with a casual invitation (i.e. email or Facebook), or more formal (a printed and mailed invitation), depending on your personal preference. While a casual invitation via email or Facebook will get the message across, a printed invitation is a great way to outline everything in one place. For instance, you can convey where, when, who is invited, who is hosting, and even include a map, if you’d like. Plus, you can ask for an RSVP for a specific date so you estimate a head count. If you wish to send invitations, a simple but elegant invite will do — especially when it is easy on your budget. These rehearsal dinner invitations from Whimsical Prints are beautiful, customizable, and totally affordable, too. Take a look at some of our favorite invitations from their collection to inspire you…
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Hope it helps, Marissa. Happy Planning!
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