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Updated: 19/03/2018 10:47:19 PM

Hi All, We have recently become engaged after 11yrs together and also purchased our first home with plans to do a combined engagement/housewarming. Our new apartment is small and we have purchased all the things we could possibly desire and all we really want is peoples company and at most libations. That's it! We are not secretly hoping to get gifts or money, we just want to celebrate with friends and family. However, we have already been getting questions about what gifts we want so my thinking was that if people really want to give us a gift that I would gently suggest a pot plant as I desire to make my large balcony into a green oasis and currently have zero plants. If people still decide to buy us a traditional gift, that is of course lovely and but not expected. My question, is this a polite thing to do and how would one go about doing it? We have lots of family and friends with limited means and I want them to be exited to celebrate with us and not have to worry about gifts
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Updated: 19/02/2018 12:34:00 AM

Updated: 18/02/2018 10:05:20 PM

Due to our guests financial status, we are no longer having a destination wedding. We are changing the date and venue. How do I word new invitations?
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Updated: 12/02/2018 3:19:33 AM

Does anyone listen to the RSVP deadline?
Or should we make it much earlier than we need to
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Updated: 7/02/2018 5:22:26 AM

Secret wedding help?
Hi, my partner and I have been together for 16 years this June. We have never married and are considering a surprise wedding at a bar my brother owns. We aren’t engaged and aren’t the type of people to have a huge party but we want to invite a lot of family and friends and impress that it’s an important event but not give anything away. The only people that we would tell would be our parents, our best friends (a couple who would be our wedding party) our eldest daughter and my brother (venue owner) What I need help with is how to set up the invitations and what the plan would be or an idea for a party.
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Updated: 4/02/2018 11:31:45 PM

She isn't living with him and is withholding their children... so should I even bother inviting her?
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Updated: 10/12/2017 11:21:12 PM

When should I send out my invitations?

Updated: 10/12/2017 11:21:41 PM

Should I list a dresscode on the invitation?

Updated: 11/12/2017 4:33:14 AM

Updated: 13/12/2017 3:39:00 AM

How do I form a guest list?
Where do I begin?!
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 15 Mar 2018

Louise N says:

Cassie designed us the most amazing & unique wedding invites. She captured our wedding theme of adventure perfectly in the design. Very professional, great price, by far the best wedding invite designs I have seen! We had so many compliments from friends about how much they loved them. Highly recommend!

Supplier: The Hello Bureau

 15 Mar 2018

Angela C says:

From the invitations to place settings and seating cards, Masha was innovative and went above and beyond to create something extra special for our wedding day.

Supplier: felicitations

 04 Mar 2018

Samantha K says:

Tina and her staff are an absolute pleasure to work with! They worked overtime to ensure our stationary was exactly what we wanted and always offered advice to improve our designs. They have an amazing range to suit all styles and visions!

Supplier: Invitations for all Occasions

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