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How Far in Advance Should Invitations Be Sent for a Destination Vow Renewal?

Q. How Far in Advance Should Invitations Be Sent for a Destination Vow Renewal?
A. You should give guests as much advanced notice as possible that you’re planning a destination vow renewal to provide them with the best opportunity to be able to attend. The first step is to send save-the-date cards as soon as you’ve decided on having a destination vow renewal. Depending on the financial status and work obligations of the majority of your guests, you would want to send these out several months to a year or more in advance. This way, they can check their finances, adjust work schedules, and so on. Your invitations should then be sent eight to ten weeks before the vow renewal. Be sure to include information about flight options, hotel room blocks, airport transportation, a list of activities that may be of interest, and the planned itinerary.

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