Post # 1
So, we’re about 6 months out from the wedding, and people have started asking about accommodations, etc. I’m planning on sending an email out with our wedding website address in the next couple of days. But I’m trying to decide whether to include an RSVP page yet. Is it too early? Will people feel obligated to RSVP before they’re ready, only to then change their plans?
My silliest reason not to is that someone I don’t want the website to take away from the actual invitations, which are being designed and made for me by a printmaker friend as a wedding gift and which I know will be amazing.
What was your experience with this?
Post # 3
I know not many of my friends will RSVP until the last second so it doesn’t matter if I put it on now or later. I just put it on when I made the website so I don’t have to deal with it later.
Post # 4
I suggest waiting! I don’t think that it’ll change for the people who ulimately come anyways, but I can see people getting trigger happy in saying that they are coming, and the end up not coming. You don’t want that. If they recieved a STD, they know that they are invited and they can start to plan their accommodations. When you send their invites, they can RSVP then. The website is just a place for information. Your invitations will still be a show-stopper!