Post # 1
Everyone always seems to have a couple weird/funny/crazy RSVPS… I just got my first today! It’s from my Great Aunt and Great Uncle (who just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary!).
Along with their response card indicating that they’re coming and what their meal choices are, we got a separate hand written note about how they just went to go check out the venue!! They went on about how the owner was there and invited them inside and how nice and big the place was. And they even made personal requests to have their food prepared to their dietary needs. OMG!! FI and I couldn’t stop laughing! It was so sweet though, they’re old so I guess they just don’t have much else to do in their retirement years 🙂
My venue’s owner obviously knows now that crazy runs in my family!
Post # 3
That is so funny and super cute!!
Post # 4
That’s funny! I love it though, that’s awesome they’re so excited for your big day.
The only really funny one we had was a sea animal drawn on it and mailed without a name, we had to look at the postmark of the city to narrow it down to who it could be.
Post # 5
That is so cute I love it!
Post # 6
LOL we also got our first “no name” rsvp today too… thankfully I numbered the cards so I knew who it was.
Post # 7
Oh my gosh! That’s hilarious! I guess any excuse for an afternoon drive?!
@troubled – a sea animal?! That’s bizarre. Was there any reference behind it??
Post # 8
Awe.. that is so cute! lol
Post # 10
Someone commented that they loved my meal icons, but we didn’t have any “funny” RSVPs. That is too cute, you should keep the note for a scrapbook!
Post # 11
that is so cute and funny!
Post # 14
Haha, I’m so glad you can see the humor in these things rather than get fussy about them! I’m going to try to adopt the same attitude, so I don’t get stressed out over the details. The no-name RSVP is funny. 😀
Post # 15
here’s a tip on how not to get a “who does the RSVP belong to”…
step 1: make a list of guests (you probably already have this, right..duh! lol)
step 2: number it (also probably already done)
Step 3: on the back of the RSVP in tiny writing write the corresponding # of the guest from your list…make sense?
When they mail it back with no name all you have to do is flip it over and match it to the list… Saves a lot of time and headaches!!