3 Best Ways to Send Your Wedding Invites
So, you’re newly engaged and want to start sending out wedding invitations? We all know that planning an event isn’t just about the event itself. It’s about who shows up to share it with you. Here’s a list of the three best ways to send them out. Along with some tidbits of information that can help with your wedding planning.
Everyone in the modern world has an email account. However, one problem with that is that many don’t check their email regularly, or the person may skim over their email to find an important email. However, this is a good way to alert someone who is constantly looking at their email. You would have a better chance of reaching them this way.
Although this isn’t always the best way. Sometimes the email is sent to the person’s spam or junk folder, and never reaches them. You may want to quickly send out emails because it’s free, but, you get what you pay for. You can always call a person that hasn’t responded, but the other two options on the list are far better at reaching their target.
2. Social Media
The vast majority of the world uses social media. It’s a compilation of all your friend in one spot, and all of them can see your page. So, with social media you can promote your wedding via your own page to show all your friends. However, some of your friends may not regularly check their social media pages. To have the maximum effect within social media, you can message people individually, or set up an event invite directly through your social media account (like on Facebook). Send out invites and await their response. This is a fast, fun, and easy way to send out invitations because it’s something that everyone does on a daily basis.
1. Post Office
This is by far the best and most convenient way to send out your wedding invitations. Here are the simple steps to take to send your invites through the post office.
- Obtain all of the addresses to the people you want to send the invites to.
- Put their addresses on the envelopes.
- Then, stuff the envelopes with the wedding invitation ensembles.
- Take one of the envelopes to the post office to have it weighed.
- Stamp them with wedding style stamps or pretty stamps that showcase the inner contents.
- Finally, you want to drop them off either at your local post office in Hyde Park, or wherever you live locally. You can also drop them off at any mailbox.
Of course, you’ll need to send them out 6 – 8 weeks in advance, and 10 -12 weeks in advance for a destination wedding. This gives your guests time to respond and plan how to get there.
All couples out there have fun with your wedding and send out your invitations your way. It’s your wedding, plan it the way you want!