Some frequently asked questions. If you have any other enquiries just drop us a line.
W H E N S H O U L D I S E N D O U T M Y S A V E T H E D A T E S ?
We would advise you to send your save the dates around 6 months prior to your wedding date to give your guests plenty of notice.
If you're getting married abroad it's best you send them out even earlier - around 9 months - to allow your guests time to book flights and hotels etc.
W H E N S H O U L D I S E N D O U T M Y I N V I T A T I O N S ?
If you're planning on sending save the date cards to your guests you can send your invitations around 3 months before the ceremony. If you haven't sent save the dates we would recommend you send your invites out around 6-9 months beforehand, depending on if it's a UK or overseas wedding.
W H A T ' S T H E D I F F E R E N C E B E T W E E N D A Y A N D E V E N I N G I N V I T A T I O N S ?
Some clients prefer to invite some of their guests to the reception part of their wedding ceremony only and evening invitations are a great way to do this.
W H A T S H O U L D I I N C L U D E O N M Y R S V P C A R D ?
As well as confirming attendance, the RSVP card can be used to collect some further information about your guests such as:
• any specific dietary requirements you should be aware of
• if they have any song suggestions for your DJ
W H A T S H O U L D I I N C L U D E O N M Y D E T A I L S C A R D ?
Sending a details card with your invitation is an excellent way of including extra information which your guests may find useful. You could include details of:
• local accommodation options in the area
• parking information
• information on the bar at the reception, for example if it's a cash operated bar only
• a link to your wedding registry