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Wedding invitations are the first contact that guests have with the big day. This is the way to disclose about the date, time, place and how the big event will be.
It is therefore essential to pay attention to deadlines and the number of invitations, knowing how to deal with setbacks and notifying guests with time off.
“Making the guest list is not an easy task. Many questions arise. The first step is to evaluate the chosen location. We have to assess whether the church and / or hall holds all the people who are going to the wedding. We have to think with as much care as possible as it is very important that the guests are comfortable on this day. After that, I suggest starting to compile the list for the grandparents to “go down” from there. I recommend that the bride and groom make the list separately and remember that the parents will also have their own guests ”, he explained.
“Having seen all of this, it's time for everyone to sit together and evaluate possible cuts. Unfortunately this will be necessary in order not to overflow the budget or to exceed the space limit. With the list ready in hand, separate by families and you will have the right number of invitations you will need. We advise placing 15 to 20% more as a guarantee ”, he added.
And when the delivery of the invitations begins: “I advise that all guests receive the invitations between 30 and 60 days before the wedding. If the guests are from other states, I advise you to deliver 60 days in advance, so that they can organize themselves calmly. If the couple has guests from other countries, the ideal is to deliver at least 90 days in advance. For this reason, I suggest that you buy the invitations 6 months in advance ”, he explained.