Online RSVP's were a great decision!

posted 3 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@imnotorange:  I did the same 🙂

I got free invites from partypop.com (I’m serious. I got 100 invites for totally free) & they gave the guest an RSVP code for the website, & it was really simple. Anybody who didn’t have internet access just contacted me or I contact them to confirm.

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2014

It’s great you guys had good experiences with online RSVPs. FI and I definitely want to minimize the cost and amount of paper when we do invites. Now we just have to pick a date. Hah.

Post # 5
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679 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

We did online RSVPs and we are also glad that we did. My computer-nerd FI made it so that as the responses come in, they get automatically added to the “master spreadsheet” we have with all the invitee’s names and addresses. We only had one guest out of 60 or so that had any technical issues submitting a response.

It is so much easier to obsessively check the laptop than the mailbox 🙂 That and we didn’t have to deal with postage for international guests’ reply cards. 

Post # 6
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346 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@kestane:  My FI and I have built our website like this using a Google form. It’s definitely going to save us time. Hopefully we will have a positive experience when our website “goes live” too.

Post # 7
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3223 posts
Sugar bee

@imnotorange:  Also keep in mind that “RSVP’s” from a save the date can’t really be counted as being accurate.

A lot can change in almost a year.  People may think they will have the money saved up, but then their dog gets sick and needs vet treatments.  People may well want to go, but get pregnany and can’t travel.

I’m glad you had success with online RSVP’s.

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