Post # 1
I’m watching King of Queens right now… and in the episode Doug and Carrie are arguing over weather or not to go to a wedding out of state. Long story short, they decided to RSVP yes and then NOT GO!!!!!!! OMG- do people do that on purpose??? That is my #1 fear because I know I would never hear the end of it from my mom… So what do you think…just entertainment value or do people actually do that???
Post # 3
We had a handful of people RSVP and not show up. Although it was definitely rude because they never even followed up and said anything to us after the wedding, I don’t think they planned it in advance like Carrie and Doug. lol.
Post # 4
@destiny1120: Sometimes people RSVP and then something comes up and they can’t go, but I’ve never heard of anyone RSVPing “yes” when they have no intention of going. That just seems cruel, considering how expensive those receptions are!
Post # 5
I think the rule is that 10% of those who RSVP will ultimately not show?
Post # 6
I don’t think that normal people actually do that. I’m sure it happens but if you associate with decent human beings, there shouldn’t be an issue.
ETA: After re-reading my post, I realize it could be misconstrued. What I meant was that normal people don’t RSVP yes and then plan to not go. If something comes up it’s one thing but to deliberately fuck the couple over is another.
Post # 7
I hope not. I’m not a bridezilla about anything but if someone did that to me I would go MENTAL. Our venue charges per person so if two don’t turn up I can equate that to a very real wasted cost. 4 pairs of shoes, for example!
Post # 7
We once RSVPed yes to a wedding and then at the last minute weren’t able to make it (the baby got sick). We felt HORRIBLE!
Post # 8
last wedding i was invovled in the bride was walking down her driveway to get into the car/get to the church and her phones rings and its her brothers friend saying he wont be coming – thats 2 invites she gave because her brother asked and $250 wasted
Post # 9
uhhhh I would never purposely RSVP knowing we’re not going to go. If something came up at the last minute, I would contact the bride to make sure she knows that we didn’t just skip out, that something actually occurred. I would be peeved if someone didn’t show up after RSVPing with no reason why, plus a little concerned.
Post # 10
Fingers crossed for a god turnout…10% seems like a lot! If it has to happen I just hope its a family member and not one of my friends! My mom can’t say a thing if it was someone she invited! lol.
Post # 11
Everyone was accounted for at our wedding. Those who RSVP’d yes and ended up not being able to come (2 couples, due to unexpected work/illness issues) gave us as much advance warning as they could that they wouldn’t be there.