• Marci Guttenberg

Mailing the Invitations (Series 1 - Part 4 of 4)

Updated: Dec 3, 2019

It’s always best to mail all your invitations at the same time. Because people talk, the last thing you want is for one guest to receive an invitation two weeks before another. The person who receives his/her invitation last might wonder if they were an afterthought or because someone else couldn’t make it.

Save the Date cards are typically sent out 4 to 12 months before your wedding date to notify your guests that you are getting married, especially if it is during a holiday weekend or if they need to travel.

Mail all invites 6-8 weeks prior to your event date so your guests have ample time to make plans to attend. If you have out of town guests, make sure to send them out at least 8 weeks in advance, and at least 10-12 weeks in advance for out of the country guests. This will allow your guests adequate time to respond and ensure you will get a reliable head count before your event.

Your post office is less likely to lose an invitation if they're received together in a group rather than bits and pieces.

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