How should I write email while sending my wedding invitation?

by DIY wedding planner on April 7, 2012

Its my wedding and being a groom I have to invite my friends.How should I? I wanna email them with attached scanned copy of my wedding card but getting confuse what to write in the email. Please give some templates. Thank you
There are only few of my contacts which require email as postal address is unavailable and giving them a phone call is comes in more bad manners as compared to email (in front of me) Please suggest

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GrayPict April 7, 2012 at 9:23 pm

Wedding invitations are not e-mailed.


dadnbob April 7, 2012 at 9:53 pm

The proper way to send wedding invitations is still by mail….not email.


Angelia April 7, 2012 at 10:20 pm

Is there a reason you’re e-mailing? As far as I know that is thought to be very tacky.


absolutanne April 7, 2012 at 11:18 pm

NEVER send wedding invitations via email. It is tacky and improper. Be a supportive fiance, help your bride-to-be and get your friend’s addresses and mail the invitations to them. It is a wedding ceremony NOT a house party invitation.


planner April 7, 2012 at 11:59 pm

unless they are homeless and live in the streets, they have an address. you may have to go to some trouble to find it, but you need to send the wedding invitation by mail, not email. there are no email templates for sending wedding invitations because this is very bad mannners to email a wedding invitation. even if your contacts do not receive mail at their homes, they receive it somewhere. everyone has a mail address. if you have to send it to their work.


Perse April 8, 2012 at 12:06 am

Call or email to ask for their address because you want to send a formal invitation to your wedding.


Tinker balla April 8, 2012 at 12:49 am

Email: “hello, how are you? I hope all is well. I am emailing you to see if I can get your address, my fiance and I are mailing out the invitations for our wedding and I need to know where to send yours! Looking forward to hearing from you, sincerely, yournamehere.”

You don’t email the actual invitation. Ever. If they won’t give you an address, they don’t get invited.


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