Posted on May 4, 2020 at 7:05 AM
Question - We sent out invitations for our April wedding at the beginning of March and at the end of March had to postpone to the end of June. We sent “change the date” but we didn’t know what would be happening.
We are hoping to have a cermony and reception at the end of June. Do we have to send new invitations? Is there something simpler we can do to make sure people know our plans and RSVP?
Answer - You do not need to send out new invitations. You already set the stage with your beautiful invitations that you already sent out.
Some things you can do are:
-Send a postcard with the basic information and your wedding website (get one for free if you don't have one already on The Knot, Wedding Wire or Zola). They can RSVP on-line. You could also add a phone number and/or email address to rsvp too (depending on your demographics of your guests).
-You could also send a Seal n' Send invitation. (See my You Tube video about Seal 'n Sends.) You could send a lot more information then the postcard and get a postcard reply back. (.55 cents to send the seal 'n send and .35 for the postcard reply stamp).
-You could (or have parents help) and call guests to tell them the new information.
-You could email your guests or start a Facebook group for updates.