Your Guide to Save-the-Dates!

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When you start planning your wedding, naturally you will focus on your one ‘special day.’ In reality though, your wedding will actually be a number of special days. This is especially true for your out-of-town guests who will likely stay for multiple nights. These guests will need to start planning their trip to attend your wedding several months in advance, long before your invitations go out, so…

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  • – Send “save the date” cards to your guests 7-12 months before your wedding day (the sooner the better) so they can plan air travel. Check out some “save the date” cards on InvitationsByWedgewood Weddings.com.
  • – Let guests know ahead of time if they are invited to attend the rehearsal dinner, after party or a morning breakfast/brunch. They’ll need to factor these into their travel plans as well!
  • – If you have a lot of out-of-town guests, book a block of rooms at a nearby hotel. If you have a hotel night in your Wedgewood Weddings package, you can book guest rooms at the same hotel.
  • – Set up a wedding website with hotel, travel, and event information so guests can refer back it.

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