Sending a Wedding Invitation to the President
If you could invite ANYONE to your wedding, (and I mean anyone), – who would you invite? Maybe it would be a famous celebrity like Oprah, Angelina Jolie or Tom Cruise, or maybe it would be a famous artist, author or public figure that you’ve admired for years. The trend in the wedding world today is inviting everyone and anyone you desire to your wedding - after all, it’s YOUR big day – there’s no reason that you shouldn’t invite everyone that you’d like to be there to share your special day with you!
A facebook friend of mine posted a photograph of her wedding invitations online yesterday, and the invitation on top was a wedding invitation to President Barack Obama! I had seen this done once before, and seeing this on her facebook made me wonder just how many other brides have done this too! And for that matter, has a president ever attended an unknown bride’s wedding? After doing some research, I found out that the President actually receives about a dozen wedding invitations each week – which ends up being over five hundred wedding invitations a year! Better make sure your wedding invitation stands out among the rest if you’re counting on the President and First Lady attending!
But don’t feel down if you don’t get an RSVP card back with a yes/no right away – the White House actually sends out a congratulatory note for most wedding invitations to the bride and groom. The note is signed by the President and the First Lady and has the official White House seal embossed into the top of the card. Best wishes from the bride and groom are given. This letter can make a very special keepsake for your wedding album, or a frame for your wall in your new house together.
So if you find yourself having an extra wedding invitation or two to send, why not send one to your favorite celebrity, political figure or famous artist. You just never know…Thinking of crossing your fingers and sending a wedding invitation to the President and the First Lady to try your luck? Address your wedding invitation to the below address and your invitation will be on it’s way! You never know…you may just have two extra special guests pop-in to your very special day to make it that much more special!
The President & First Lady
The White House
Greetings Office, Room 39
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20502
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