First, there’s no way around it. If your parents are contributing to the overall wedding budget – or even outright paying for it – they get to invite people to the wedding. You probably aren’t terribly interested in having dear ol’ Dad’s boss or long lost Cousin Larry at your nuptials. But if Dad’s plunking down the dough that’s allowing you to have the special day you’ve always wanted, he has a say in who is coming.
Dividing up the number of guests each contributor to the wedding fund is allowed to invite isn’t exactly fun, but there’s an easy way to keep track of them once you’ve settled the numbers. Using the wedmate app, you can keep track of invites and RSVPs without having to wait for the inevitable excuses for why they didn’t drop their RSVP back in the mail. “We threw the invitation away” and “We didn’t think we had to RSVP because we’re family – you KNOW we’re coming, right?” are stresses of the past with wedmate!
Invite all of your guests to join your wedmate profile (which also means they’re invited to the wedding!) by sending them a quick four digit code that is unique to your wedding.
Invite all of your guests to join your wedmate profile (which also means they’re invited to the wedding!) by sending them a quick four digit code that is unique to your wedding. This code lets them RSVP to your big day, and they can even join in the pre-wedding festivities both near and far with the group chat function!
How long do you think it would take you to round up the addresses for fifty people your parents want to invite, fifty people his parents want to invite and the hundred people you and your hubby-to-be want to invite? Ages, that’s how long. Now, all you need is a number, and invitations are on the way. If you still want to send the beautiful, snail mail version, you can just get them to send you their address through the app! Piece of (wedding) cake!