Wedding etiquette is changing and we’re not sure how to respond. We received a save-the-date card which has a link to the couple’s wedding website. Apparently, the invitation will be on that website two months prior to the wedding. We even reply to the website, and all the information (dates, times, accommodations, bridal registry, dress code) is on that website. Our problem is that we are organic farmers and don’t use or own a computer. My son is actually writing to you for me, so that we can find out what to do. The groom is my husband’s nephew, so we want to do what’s right.
You are not alone wondering about the wedding etiquette of the wedding couple’s website. Write to the address on the save-the-date saying: We don’t have access to a computer. Then ask if you can be sent a printout of the pertinent information that’s on the website.
Or ask your son if he would respond for you and relay the information to you. Because you will want to make a reservation ahead of time at one of the lodgings that is being recommended in order to qualify for a reduced rate.
Usually a block of rooms is reserved for wedding guests, but there is a cutoff date. This is something you might want to take advantage of by calling the motel as soon as you know its name. You’ll need to use a credit card to book the room.
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