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5 Essential Things to Include in a Destination Wedding Invitation Card

Jan 06, 2015 | Posted by:  abi s

A destination wedding can make your big day even more memorable. Not only do you get to say ‘I do’ to the love of your life in front of your family and friends - you also get to throw s a mini vacation for everyone invited. Start the anticipation by sending a nice ‘destination wedding invitation’ that reflect your wedding style, theme, and colors. There are five essential things to include in the wedding invitation card:
                      Destination Wedding Invitation Card
  1. Save-the-Date: Save-the-dates are typically sent three to four months before the wedding, but since this is a destination wedding, it is more practical to provide a more advanced notice to help your guests prepare. It makes sense to send the invitation a year ahead, or at least nine to 10 months ahead of your wedding date, depending on the destination. This allows guests to save money for the trip. It also gives you enough time to lock down great deals on hotels and airfare.
  1. The Basics: A destination wedding invitation card must include the basic information about the occasion, such as the date and where the wedding will take place.
  1. RSVP: This is important especially if you and your spouse are shouldering your guests' airfare and accommodation. You know which of your invitees are actually attending. Leave your contact details on the card, so your guests can easily get in touch with you.
  2. Important Venues: If you are shouldering the costs for accommodation, indicate the hotel where your guests will stay. Do not forget to include the place where the wedding ceremony will be held, as well as the reception venue.
  1. Elements of the Destination: Personalize the destination wedding invitation card with elements of the destination to provide your guests a quick look and feel of the place. This should get them more excited about your wedding and make them more enthusiastic to attend it.


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