Post # 1
I got an RSVP card in the mail, it says 2 people will be attending. The only problem is there is no name, no return address, so I don’t know who it came from. All I know is 2 people are coming. Guess I’ll have to do a tally once they’re all in.
Post # 3
@Monkey68: We had a few of those! Did you throw away the envelope it came in already? Check the postmark so it at least narrows down the city.
Post # 5
i have to say i am totally guilty of doing this once lol. Last september my cousin got married and my invite was sent to my moms house, so when i went to visit her, i RSVP’ed for 2 both chicken but never filled in our names. I think about it now and shake my head, i know better lol, after reading posts like this, i used to think who would do something like this, ME thats who lol.
I agree w/ PP look on the envelope to see if it helps narrow it down
Post # 6
It doesn’t really narrow it down since 95% of our guests are from the same city. Maybe when I do the seating cards, I’ll just leave it blank and put 2 sand the table number, see if they get it, lol.
Post # 7
@Monkey68: oh bummer, well hopefully as they all start coming in you will get a better idea of who it may be
Post # 8
@Monkey68: Hahaha! I pre-wrote everyone’s names on the RSVP card because I didn’t trust them not to be idiots. So glad I did
Post # 9
ugh i hate that!! Darling Husband and i gave everyone their own number and wrote it really small on the back OF THE rsvp CARD so when it returned back to us we knew who it was!