If your son/daughter’s bar/bat mitzvah is at a busy time of year during high travel times, a holiday weekend or a busy summer it’s a great idea to look into sending your guests save the date cards. Giving them a heads up of your Bar/Bat Mitzvah plans increases your guests' chances of being able to attend the big day!
As a general rule you should start spreading the news around six months prior to the event. This will give your guests plenty of time to make travel arrangements, save some cash and ask for days off of work if needed.
Remember, when sending out Save The Date Cards, it's very important to be clear about who will be invited to the event. Being up front about the invitees will give your guests ample time to plan and make sure there are no surprises later. It's a good idea to write each individual's name on the envelope when mailing out your Save The Date Cards.
By Anne Anne has been with Invitations4Less.com since 2004 and came to us already knowledgeable about social stationery after previous employment with a wholesale printing firm.
Anne is mom to two young children who keep her busy and dreaming of sleep. But she wouldn't have it any other way!