A destination wedding requires lots of proactive and detailed communication with your guests before the event. You need to let everyone know about your plans for a destination wedding as soon as possible. Here is a wedding invitations list of crucial communications:
These announcements let your guests know the date and location of your big day. They are essential to give your guests extra time to schedule vacation, arrange for child care, and shop around for a competitive airfare. Ideally you should mail save the date cards six to eight months before the destination wedding. If you are marrying on an extremely busy holiday weekend, consider sending out your save the date cards even earlier-but never more than a year before the date. Send save the date cards only to your A-list friends and family who will definitely be on your final guest list. Once someone has received save the date card they are officially invited-there is no taking it back. The date and location are the key pieces of information that should be included on the save the date card. If the information of the hotel and the flight are available, then also include them
The actual invitations for destination wedding can look much the same as they would for a hometown wedding. You should order your wedding invitations six months before your wedding and send them out a bit on the early side (ten to twelve weeks instead of the standard six to eight for a hometown wedding). Ask to receive RSVPs no later than six weeks before the wedding date.