Although not the traditional way to tie the knot, elopements can provide you with many benefits, especially if you want your wedding to be intimate and special. And while you may be able to save a lot of money by eloping instead of having a traditional wedding, keep in mind that there are still quite a lot of etiquette rules to keep in mind.
For example, should you send announcements if you decide to elope? We have gathered some of the best tips to help you find the right answer – so read on if you want to find out more.
- Yes, you should send announcement if you decide to elope. This will avoid any kind of confusion or hurt feelings, as people will know you have eloped and didn’t simply not invite
- However, please keep in mind that your elopement announcements can be really intimate too. You don’t have to send out messages to all the people you know. As long as your closest friends and relatives know that you got married and that it all happened in a very intimate ceremony for two, everything will be more than fine.
- Take your time creating the announcement list. Start with your parents, with your closest friends and with your close (or obligatory) family members. Then, add the people you know and whom you would like to inform about the happy event. If you want to, you can create a list of all the people you know and select only the ones you really want to inform that you have eloped.
If you decide elopement is not for you or if you want to throw a more intimate party after the elopement, don’t hesitate to contact Black Horse Inn. Come take a look at our beautiful venue and what it can offer – we guarantee you will be charmed!