There is nothing more unsettling than planning your wedding and not knowing who will be there.
It’s one thing to invite your guests, its another trying to plan an entire wedding from booking your venue, securing the photographer, ordering your catering and deciding who is going to sit where... all of which depends on your guest count.
Therefore the RSVP or response card is nearly as important as the wedding invitation itself!
Whilst you may not be thinking in detail about what you will be doing in the weeks leading up to your wedding, I'm here to help you see how the RSVP card plays a very important role in the tasks you need to complete at this time.
If you haven't already, I have written a 32-page Ultimate Guide to Wedding Invitations!
Download your FREE copy here to read everything else you need to know about planning your wedding invitations.
Until next time Bel x
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Meet Jacquii from Couture Caddy.
Jacquii was meant to be married today, Friday the 3rd of April 2020.
Due to world events and the current gathering restrictions here in Australia she, unfortunately, had to postpone her wedding to fiance Dave.
See below an interview with Jacquii with regards to how she is feeling and how she has managed the situation of being a bride in 2020 with her wedding affected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether you still need to book your wedding, finding yourself needing to postpone your wedding or if you need to change the date of your wedding, please read a few ideas of what you could do.
Grab your FREE copy of the 32-page Ultimate Guide to Wedding Invitations containing everything you need to know for planning your wedding invitations!
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