As more and more couples send their invitations well before the traditional six- to eight-week time frame, guests are adjusting, too, by becoming more impatient.
One of our brides was bemused because her friend had called up to demand hotel information the day after he got the save-the-date -- two months earlier than their hotel would agree to block off the rooms.
Another was accosted by her aunt at a Labor Day barbecue: "I notice I haven't gotten an invitation to your November wedding. Am I not invited?"
Are people asking you for information early, or wondering when the invitations will arrive?
Or, are you wondering how to word your invitation? See our guide here.