Rehearsal Dinner Invitations
Once you have designed your save-the-date cards and formal invitations, it’s time to create your rehearsal dinner invitations. These are the invitations you send out to those who are attending your wedding rehearsal, along with the dinner and party that follows. Some couples like to design rehearsal dinner invitations that have the same cohesive feel as the other cards they have sent out to guests, while others like to use it as an opportunity to design a completely different look. Whatever kind of rehearsal dinner invitation you have in mind, The Knot Invitations will help you find your perfect design.
Rehearsal Dinner Invitations on The Knot Invitations
The Knot Invitations has hundreds of designs to choose from so you can easily find one that fits your wedding vision. Pick your color scheme and decide on a style that matches the look and feel of your event. Sort floral designs or filter the ones that have a vintage feel. Go the modern route or pick a rustic style. You can also customize your rehearsal dinner invitations to coordinate with your other wedding stationery, like your save-the-date cards and formal wedding invitations, or you can design an invitation that has its own unique look—the choice is yours!
How far in advance do you send out rehearsal dinner invitations?
Most couples typically send out rehearsal dinner invitations six to seven weeks before the rehearsal dinner date (make sure you send your rehearsal dinner invitations after sending out your formal wedding invitations!)
What should rehearsal dinner invitations include?
Rehearsal dinner invitations usually include the names of the hosts and couple, along with important details about the time, location and information on when and how to RSVP.
Who gets invited to the rehearsal dinner?
Wedding guests who are involved in the rehearsal and wedding ceremony are usually invited to the rehearsal dinner. This includes the wedding party, the officiant and close family members of the couple, along with their spouses or dates. Some couples also choose to include extended family members or out-of-town guests.