Melissa
Beginner August 2022 Ontario

August 27, 2022

Melissa, on September 27, 2021 at 17:39 Posted in Before the wedding 0 3
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Hello brides,
I am reaching out to see if there is anyone else getting married on this day and how you’re all feeling this far. We were suppose to be married August 28 of this year and we postponed because of Covid restrictions Smiley sad We are hoping for around 115 guests but at this point we are not wanting to postpone again and will just work with what the restrictions are. We are having an outdoor ceremony and indoor reception. However this poses a problem with sending out save the dates / invites because you won’t know for sure what the restrictions are until closer to the date. I don’t want to have to un-invite people… I would feel terrible. I was hoping to send out save the dates in January or February. Anyone have any suggestions on how to handle this?? Do I wait even longer to send save the dates?? Send them out in waves?? What to do.. any advice is appreciated! Happy planning!!

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Latest activity by Meghan, on November 2, 2021 at 16:15
  • Meghan
    Featured September 2022 Ontario
    Meghan ·
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    I'm getting married 2 weeks after you and i'm not worried about postponing or restrictions at all and we are planning our wedding with 130 guests! You should be fine girl don't sweat it and enjoy these next 9 months Smiley smile

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  • Hank
    Featured September 2021 Ontario
    Hank ·
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    Are people coming from out of town? If not, I think you don't need to send save the dates. Just the invite three months before the wedding would be fine.

    With the way things are going, I think you'll be fine with 115 by August 2022.

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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Admin October 2016 North Carolina
    Lynnie ·
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    I think sending your save-the-dates out in January or February is perfect!! You can also wait until March if you feel like that would give you more insight!

    You can also only send save-the-dates to your most important VIP guests (and wait until invitation time to invite the rest of your guests), so that you don't risk having to uninvite anyone!

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