EVERY BRIDE NEEDS THIS!!! It's a invisible ink pen, write the guests name on the RSVP card before you send it out. If it comes back without a name on it, you will know who it is from. This has saved me A LOT of headaches.
If you send a wedding invitation to the President, you will receive a congratulatory letter from him and the First Lady. To invite the President, mail your invitation at least six weeks in advance of your wedding day to: The Honorable (President's Name) and Mrs. (First Lady) The White House Greetings Office Room 39 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20500
wish i'd heard of this a year ago... wedit sends the wedding couple 5 HD cameras in the mail 3 days before the wedding weekend. the couple passes them out to the wedding guests througout the festivities to record & the couple returns cameras to wedit to edit. wedit then edits the footage into an awesome video. you can capture moments from the entire wedding weekend! much more personal :) Cool idea
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Ask Team Practical: Late Wedding RSVPs
For those of you who haven't yet sent your RSVP cards out, NUMBER THEM, and give corresponding numbers to your guest list. You will be shocked by the number of people who send an RSVP card just marked "yes" without any hint as to who is responding. You can thank us for the numbering system later, after you've made note of which of your friends and relatives struggle with, well, logic.