Post # 1
I want to start by saying that I love my sister- I was her Maid/Matron of Honor and she is mine. She is co-hosting my bridal shower and was excited about the invitations and volunteered to do them. They are super cute and she even found special coordinating stamps. I really appreciate the thought and hard work she put into them. That said, the phone number AND email address for the co-hostess taking RSVPs is all wrong. It actually says RVSP, lol. I didn’t know until other BMs told me after they got them in the mail.
Anyone experience something similar? Any advice for damage control?
Post # 2
One of the hostesses should either call the invitees or shoot them an “oops” email to clarify the information.
Your poor sister, it sounds like she worked really hard but forgot to proof read!
Post # 3
cbgg: She’s VERY dyslexic (always has been), so I feel so bad for her- her heart was definitely in the right place! Thanks!
<br />My first thought was facebook, but then I would have to do it because I am the only person who is friends with all the guests and I thought that would come off the wrong way. Hopefully I have either en email address or phone number for everyone.
Post # 4
HeartsandSparkles: Poor thing. Maybe you could get her the email adresses & phone numbers of all of the guests so she can send out a mass message about the mistake? She could always send an “oopsie” card in the mail, too, explaining what happened and detailing the corrections. Hope you guys get it sorted out!
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast
I went to a wedding where the bride didn’t have the address to the church on the invitation. Just the name… but there were other churchs with similar names in the area. We had to use the map and guess which one! Then i texted it to all my friends… I don’t know if she ever knew that the address should have been there or what… but people seemed to figure it out.
I also got a bridal shower invite and it didn’t have the town name or address either! Just the restaurant name. I assumed it’d be in the town the wedding was but it wasn’t!!
Post # 6
I got a bridal shower invite for a friends shower back in April. It was hosted by an aunt, and it didn’t have the time on it.
I couldn’t go anyway since I was out of town, but she only wanted responses for regrets – but I’m sure people contacted her (or the bride) for the time.
Post # 7
The email address on my engagement party invites was wrong too. I actually just went online and created that email address as it seemed like the easiest way to fix it. I was lucky the email address was available though lol