Post # 1
How long after the respond by date do you start to get annoyed? They’ve had 2 months. All the people I’m waiting on are within an hour’s distance. No extensive traveling involved, no plane tickets to worry about. You’d think by now they would have decided if they are coming or not? am I wrong to be annoyed?
Post # 3
Your RSVP Date was 2 months ago?
Do you mean you sent out the Invites 2 Months ago.
If the latter, what is your RSVP Date that you asked for ???
The norm is to start making AFTER the date has passed and a couple of days, so that if anyone mailed them on the last day, they at least have a bit of time for them to make their way thru the mail to you.
Hope this helps,
Post # 4
I give it a couple weeks after the RSVP date. I haven’t heard from 3 people on my list, but they’re all on my husband’s side so he’ll have to deal with them. A simple phonecall to ask for a head count is all it takes.
I’d say 1-2 weeks after the rsvp date is a good time to start chasing people.
Post # 5
@Hyperventilate: this exactly. 2 weeks after respond by date, his side, his mom was supposed to follow up, she never did.
Post # 6
@Aquaria: If you asked him and his mom to call the guests who haven’t RSVP’d and they haven’t, then time to take matters into your own hands. Maybe remind Future Mother-In-Law once again, but if it’s been 2 weeks past the respose date, then get their phone numbers and call yourself. :/ sorry! But ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
Post # 7
@starz88962: extended family, y’know, the obligatory people. I don’t know them and I don’t think he’s seen them since his own baptism lol.