Post # 1
I meticulously numbered my RSVP cards… but, hive, this is where I went wrong.
Fiance and I received a late RSVP in the mail…. we opened up the envelope and CRACKED up at what was inside the sealed envelope…..
wait for it…
No RSVP – just the sealed, envelope! I should have numbered the envelopes instead of the cards!!!!
Post # 3
Eek, how could they have not put anything into the envelope?! You think that they would have noticed that the envelope was strangely light… I hope you can somehow figure out who the RSVP came from!
Post # 4
You’re right, that’s definitely got to be a first. Hilarious!
Hopefully you won’t have too much trouble figuring out who the MIA RSVP belongs to.
Post # 5
… wow. We recieved some totally blank cards but an empty envelope is pretty impressive!
Post # 8
did they atleast write a return address on the envelope
Post # 10
We received an RSVP from someone we didn’t know. Some guests still in school had moved and didn’t get their invite.. some i am assuming it was someone who currently lives at their old address and was trying to be funny!
Post # 11
That’s too funny… and I bet they won’t realize it until they look at the invitation when they are getting ready for the wedding! (Is there a post mark on the envelope?) Hope you figure it out!
Post # 12
No, no return address…. fortunately, the postmark was out of state – so I’ve narrowed it down to one of two guests.
Seriously – hilarious!
Post # 13
That’s hysterical!! Thanks for sharing!!
Post # 14
OMG! LOL! This is more than I can handle. Lol.
Post # 16
bahahaha i’d like to hear what their reaction is when you call to ask if it was them!