Everything You Need to Know Before Purchasing Wedding Invitations
First Things First, the Guest List (continued)
Out-of-Town Guests and Destination Weddings
Planning for out-of-town guests or considerations for destination weddings can be a big task. But when done well, can make the wedding go that much more smoothly, not to mention will be appreciated by your friends and family.
When preparing the guest list, it would help to talk with friends and family who live far away to find out if they plan on traveling to the wedding. This will not only help you in terms of the number of guests to expect, but also give you an idea of whether or not you need to arrange for out-of-town guests.
If you're having many out-of-town guests, or hosting a destination wedding, your invitations should include details about lodging, maps of the destination, possible activities in and around the local area, etc. Researching this information, organizing it, and making it readily accessible to your will reduce the chances of you having to take care of too many things when all your guests arrive for the big day. It also lets them know that you appreciate them traveling from afar to attend your wedding.