Guest List Management NJ wedding


Creating your wedding guest list can be really stressful. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s so important to pull one together early on in the planning process. In fact, it’s one of the first things I ask couples planning their wedding to do. This is the only way to get a handle on your NJ wedding budget. During the early stages of wedding planning, a list of names will do.


Create a Wedding Guest List & Manage Your RSVPs

There’s an easy way to do this. There are a number of ways to go about writing your wedding guest list. But, I like to suggest that couples sit down, together, to write out a list of their mutual friends, then add their own friends to the list. Then add their respective family members. Once you have this list, you can begin adding friends that are not mutual, and your respective work friends.

THE Main WEDDING GUEST LIST

  1. Immediate family

  2. Life-long friends

  3. Mutual friends

THE REST OF THE WEDDING GUEST LIST

  1. Distant family

  2. Friends that the couple does not have in common

  3. Colleagues of the couple

  4. Friends and colleagues of the couple’s parents

How To Manage Your Guest List

A simple spread sheet helps couples collect the following information all in one place:

  • Last name/first name

  • Title

  • Suffix

  • Formal addressing

  • A List, B List, et

  • Street Address

  • State

  • Zip Code

ONCE YOUR GUEST RESPONDS, KEEP TRACK OF

  • RSVP response

  • Notes on food requirements (allergies and preferences

For all your NJ wedding Planning needs check out Knot Just Wedding Events LLC

#732-735-3189

http://www.knotjustweddingevents.com


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