Post # 1
stamps on a few RSVP envelopes. Ahhhh! I think I know who the few were, so should I just send them a Facebook message and apologize? I don’t want them to think I’m cheap or rude. Or should I just leave it alone? Thanks!
Post # 4
@MrsSweetT: I wouldn’t worry about it. Personally, I’d let it go.
Post # 5
@MrsSweetT: do you have extra mailing envelopes so that you can open those ones and put the stamp on the rsvp and then make a new mailing envelope? what about steaming those ones open, put on the stamp and then resealing them? you can always afix a seal or something to make sure it seals properly again.
Post # 8
Where is the self-proclaimed etiquette snob when you need her?
Post # 9
You could call them and let them know… then maybe do a phone RSVP for those people if they would like. If I got an RSVP card without a stamp I certainly wouldn’t be mad or anything though. Phone call can’t hurt though!
Post # 10
@MrsSweetT: Honestly, some people don’t even realize that the envelopes are pre-stamped until they go to mail them. Most people have some stamps lying around. You are inviting them to your wedding – they can shell out 44 cents to send back their RSVP.
Is it ideal? No. But making a big deal out of it and apologizing is a disproportionate response. I’d let it go! 🙂
Post # 12
I wouldn’t worry about it too much. Send a facebook message if you want. But I don’t think anyone will be offended. If anything I think they might put them in the mailbox without realizing they need a stamp, so you might not get it. So a facebook message could help prevent that. But either way, it’s not the end of the world!
Post # 13
@MrsSweetT: Meh, I’d let it go. It shouldn’t be too big of a deal.
Post # 14
@KateByDesign: 3 or 4 tops out of 90.
Post # 15
Alright, I’ll let it go. Thanks bees 🙂