Is it good invitation etiquette to send an e-invite?
Many people are opting for e-invites to send an invitation for their wedding or other important ceremonies. But is it a good etiquette to send an e-invite? The answer is, yes it is, if sent in a proper manner.There was a time not so long ago when invitation etiquette experts and ordinary folk alike would freak out about the notion of using an online invitation for an event as important and traditional as a wedding. But those days appear to be over—thanks to a combination of evolving technology and the recession.
Digital communication is easy and inexpensive. For events and weddings nowadays, people seem comfortable communicating through email and e-invite invitations. Many couples think of email or paperless wedding invitations as “practical, thrifty and green.” Couples who are very focused on creating an eco-friendly wedding , which is definitely in vogue these days — may want to reduce the need for paper products at their weddings.
There are many companies which help in producing beautiful paperless invitations. You can always opt to use paperless invitations for your engagement party and save the date notices. The receiver doesn’t have to mail back an RSVP card or anything. This generation with smartphones is lazy about snail mail. The e-invites are in tandem with today’s time and it is proper invitation etiquette to send an e-invite.
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