Post # 1
Does anyone else see what is wrong with this picture (besides the fact that it’s a crappy cell phone pic)?? To avoid mass panic and confusion if you should receive one of these, write a number very lightly in pencil on the back of each RSVP. Use a spreadsheet to track your RSVP’s and put the number in correlation to the guest you sent it to and you will never have to worry. Mind you, I’ve gotten THREE of these so far with no name!!
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
What jerks. I’d start making phone calls, LOL! Definitely a good reason to number them.
Post # 4
I totally forgot to do that with mine, luckily I did not get back a single blank RSVP so that was nice.
Post # 5
@AirForceWife78: Seriously – there’s something about RSVPs that throws people off.
I remember almost doing exactly this for a friends wedding. I think it’s because most invitations have a million pieces of paper in them (invite, menu, where to stay, directions, top hits of itunes, etc) and then, as a guest, you see your name on the invite itself so you kind of get this idea that your name is already a part of the RSVP card.
It’s strange. I’m a smart person that understands wedding basics and even I almost screwed it up.
But also….don’t these people put their return address on the envelopes? Don’t you have to do that?
Post # 6
I had this happen as well! No one ever owned up hehe
Post # 7
And this is why we numbered ours…
Post # 8
@krex: OMG that is hillarious!!
Post # 9
@krex: tell them they aren’t allowed to come if they don’t bring the teenage panda. Because your wedding will be the most awesome wedding in the history of forever if a guest brings a teenage panda. Just sayin’.
Post # 11
@krex: Dying. So funny. I’m sure I’ll get a couple of those because everyone knows how seriously I take things. : )
Post # 12
@krex: WTF!!!! That is awesome.