(Closed) Anyone using theknot,com website for RSVPs?

posted 7 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
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25 posts
Newbee

@MapleBecky:

Yes, and I love it. I am obsessed with updating our wedding site. Plus, theknot.com is free to use and has some really cool planning tools. It’s addicting

Post # 5
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785 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I’m having our RSVP’s through that.  FI’s cousin did it and had a great experience with it so we decided to do it too.  It will save paper, money, and time to write out all the RSVP cards.  Plus with the way their RSVP system is set up it is literally impossible to write in uninvited +1s.

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I am using their website for RSVP’s. How do you get it to not allow +1’s? No one has RSVP’d yet because the website hasn’t been sent out, but from what I can see people can just type their names in… Am I missing something? Lol

Post # 8
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I am using their website for RSVP’s. How do you get it to not allow +1’s? No one has RSVP’d yet because the website hasn’t been sent out, but from what I can see people can just type their names in… Am I missing something? Lol

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

@FutureMrsMonty11: in order to have the names already-you have to set up the guest manageer. Once you put all the names in…then guests type the name of one person in the group, then the website brings up the name of each individual person in that group..with a yes or no option plus a meal option if necessary.

 

@OP: you might want to add the longer link to your invitations as well. some of my guests had problems with the shorter link-I thnk it has to do with the browser that the guests were using-some of the older browsers dont like the shorter link for whatever reason

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