Post # 1
I think the more economical route for us is to use an online RSVP system via our website…. but for those of you who’ve done it… did you find you had to chase down a lot of people? Also, how did you word it on your RSVP card that you sent along with your invitation?
Post # 2
(of course, all this is centered on the insert card)
Your response is requested by
Month Day, 2014
to XXXXX@aol.com (special e-mail for wedding correspondence)
Please choose one entree:
For addditional information, please visit:
The same e-mail address was used for the bridal shower. For those without internet access, they used people who did, or called. Shower acceptances were also done in person, or texting.
Post # 3
Okay, I didn’t answer that right. The above wording is for daughter #2s wedding. Hasn’t happened yet.
For daughter #1 (last year) we did the RSVP to on their wedding website. Of course, we acepted in person, text, calls, and e-mail. We got all but 1 couple back (they never did RSVP), of 250 invited guests, 10 days before the due date.
Post # 4
PABride: Oh that’s good – I ended up wording it to RSVP through our website and then listed it, and or by telephone with both our numbers (for the older folks who may not be computer savy). We aren’t having a dinner so that makes it simpler… but on our wedding website they can RSVP directly on there