Post # 1
I’m about to order my invites, and I’m at a little bit of a loss. I noticed on the response cards that come with the invite the suggested wording includes a line for "number attending". I already plan to be specific on the envelope, naming both guests for couples, but worry that this line leaves room for people to assume that they can bring more than who’s named on the envelope, specifically in the case of those not given plus ones. Is this just a risk I have to take, or is there a better way to word this so that there is no room for error?
I appreciate the advice!
Post # 3
On mine I put this:
___ of ___ will be attending
Then, I filled in the second blank with the actual number of seats I was holding for the addressee(s).
Post # 4
boston @ heart I was just thinking of doing that last night! I wasn’t sure if that was appropriate to do or not but then the guest will know how many seats I have for them. I’m glad to see someone else has the same idea 🙂
Post # 5
I think the ____ of ____ attending is being fairly common. I used it. Not everyone got it, but that just meant they didn’t fill out the blank correctly. It still got the point across and made me fell more secure that the number invited was very clear.
Post # 6
The _____ of _____ attending is such a great idea! Wish I’d read this before I made my final order!
Post # 7
Thanks so much! This is extremely helpful!