Destination wedding etiquette: invitations

Destination wedding etiquette: invitations

Now when we clear up when and to who to send them it’s very important what to write on your invitations and still to keep the look of wedding invitation and not to look like a travel brochure.
Besides the standard lines about dates and timing you’ll also want to include separate cards that explain the accommodation situation. When choosing your invitations, order reply cards that list each hosted event; that way, guests will understand the overall structure and the events you’re paying for, and get a sense of how much of the trip they’ll have to finance. Also it is polite to write where your guests can stay, be sure to mention just places where you have arrangements for a special group rates, and when they are making reservations they have to mention your wedding.”And of course, the fact that you’re coming is absolutely your wedding gift to us.” a wording that you can place on the end can be a nice gesture since your guests have to cover their travel expenses.