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Wedding Inserts: Email Enquiry

“Thanks for putting this site up! I’m getting married in Malaysia, but
currently live in Australia, so most things are done via email or phone.
I just want to say I’ve been busy reading an absorbing everything here-

Could you share anything regarding invites? This is the part that’s on
my mind now as it had not been organized yet


My reply to Serena,

“Thank you for reading my blog and I’m really happy to hear that this blog has been really helpful for you.

Regarding invites, depending on who you want to invite.

Forr simple wedding, normally we invite the immediate relatives from both sides.

If budget allows, you may want to invite close friends and even neighbours.

If you or your spouse-to-be is working, then colleagues may be invited.

Some eve want to invite old friends such as friends from high schools, secondary schools or even primary schools.

To add on, those with religion may want to invite their friends who they meet, for example in churches or Buddhist Associations…

Hope these answer your questions. ”

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2 Responses to “Wedding Inserts: Email Enquiry”

  1. 1
    Lissy Says:

    Hi, I propose to work on the guest list first (which JR is suggesting in his words to decide who to invite). Personally, we worked on our guest list first, which came up to quite many, but we slowly striked out those that we have not met for the past 1-2years. For closer friends, whom we kept in touch with but for some reason we didn’t get to meet, we still include in the list. As for relatives and parents’ friends, we got our parents to work out the lists, but we did notify them that we were working on tight budget, and like to invite smaller groups.

    Our parents then streamlined the invitation to just their siblings and children of the siblings. Distant relatives were not included.

    Most relatives were invited and confirmed attendance via phone calls.

  2. 2
    Jhong Ren Says:

    Hi, to add on what Lissy said…the relatives list we leave it to our parents….as we can never know who they want to invite or strike out….

    sometimes parents may even wan to invite their friends too….

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