Post # 1
My friend is a bridesmaid in her cousin’s wedding. Apparently, the bride send out invitations and several people surprisingly RSVPd no. Some of these are best friends of her parents, close relatives, etc. She was upset, then started inviting people off the B list. Now several people who RSVP’d no are calling her and changing their RSVP to yes, and a few who she invited with a plus one said it would be just them and now said they are bringing a date. On one hand, since some of these are close people, she’s havign a hard time “uninviting them.” On the other hand, now she’s over the capacity for her venue. What would you do?
Post # 3
🙁 That is a hard call… I would want to un-invite them, but that seems so rude to me. Sorry to hear about that.
Post # 4
Honestly I would say, Im sorry you RSVPed No and we no longer have the room.
Post # 5
I think the easiest way to do it is uninvite the people who already RSVP’d no. They are probably more likely to understand.
Post # 6
Agree with mishelleez; they had the chance to save their place but chose not to attend in the first place. If there’s an overflow, these people should be first to go!
Post # 8
It would depend on how far over space it put me. Honestly, I might try to sneak in the extras. Butttt I’m a pushover.