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Wedding Invitation Etiquette

Wedding Invitation Etiquette

Amy Suddleson (Wedding Invitation Specialist) gives expert video advice on: How do I handle people who assume their invitation is 'plus one' when it isn't?; Should I send a wedding invitation to those who've already told me they can't come?; Should children over 18 receive their own invitation if they still live at home? and more...

What is the etiquette for last minute invitations?

Based on my experience, I don't think last minute invitations are appropriate.

Should I send a wedding invitation to those who've already told me they can't come?

You should absolutely send wedding invitations to those people who have already told you that they will not be able to attend. It is rude not to.

Should children over 18 receive their own invitation if they still live at home?

Children over 18 who still live at home should receive their own invitation.

Is it ok to mention gifts on the invitation?

It's inappropriate to mention gifts on the invitation. However, if you would like to include a card that says, “for further wedding details, please visit” and list a website, it is appropriate to have on your website hotel accommodations, weekend itineraries along with gift registries.