- 5 years ago
- Wedding: June 2013
I purchased my invitation kits before I even knew what an inner evelope was. Now I’m trying to figure out if I should just try to find some inner envelopes in a cream color (or invites are blue and brown) or if I can use the RSVP cards to specify who is invited. I currently have two different designs and was thinking of writing in the names of everyone invited. Could you please let me know your thoughts about each? Or if you think I should just get inner envelopes please let me know that as well.
Here I’m worried that I’ll write in all of their names and someone won’t be able to attend and they will write 3/4 without telling me who isn’t coming.
This one I’m worried that I’ll write “Guest” on the second line and they won’t check either so we won’t know how many to account for. We do have other files saved that have up to four lines for families with children but the majority of guests are couples so most will have two lines.
For both of these I worry that they won’t write the guest’s name. We have over 20 “Plus ones” that we are inviting and I don’t want to track that many people down. We can’t fill in the names because the guest either is not in a relationship right now or they are just starting a relationship and I would hate to fill in a name then have something happen. In your experience do people typically fill in their guest’s name? Is it enough for me to write “guest” or should I write “Guest’s Name”?
The meal choices aren’t set in stone yet- I just wanted to fill those in to see how much space I needed. Anyways, which one do you prefer? Should I totally start from scratch and do something else? Or should I just try to find some inner envelopes that work? Also, is it wrong for me to fill in their names?