Dinner Party Planning: Do You Send Reminders?

Dinner Party Planning: Do You Send Reminders?

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Emma Christensen
May 17, 2010
The date is set, the menu is planned, the guests have all been invited - so is it necessary to send out reminders? Personally, we like a reminder - mostly because our own lives are so hectic that we can almost always use a little check-in! What do you think: are reminders helpful...or annoying?!

We also think reminders are great for, well, reminding! We can make sure everyone knows what time to arrive, what to bring (or not), your address, and all the important details. If you forgot something on your invite, like your phone number or to ask about food allergies, this gives you an opportunity to do so.

Reminders definitely don't have to be fancy. Just a quick and friendly e-mail to the guest list works just fine for us. Many invitation websites like Evite will often do this for you automatically.

How do you handle reminders?

Related: Dinner Parties: 5 Great Tips for Newbies

(Image: Flickr member greenkozi licensed under Creative Commons)

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