Post # 1
I have found a way to do my own rsvp number using iCall (it’s a free service, you should check it out).
Anyways, I need to know how to word the message that people will hear before they rsvp.
Has anyone used a service, or called an rsvp number, and you remember what they said?
I was thinking it should be something like:
"You have reached the rsvp line for the (our last names) wedding. Please leave your name, number, and how many will be in your party."
Post # 5
I’ve never heard of this, I’m guessing no one else has either… I think what you indicated above would work just fine!
Post # 7
I would add a "Thanks for calling" something in there.
Post # 8
I dont know if it’s possible but could you play music in the background while you’re recording it? Maybe even your first dance song — so that some astute guests will remember hearing it.
It sounds like a good idea — maybe try to make it more fun, perhaps the two of you could record it together and do something cheesey like:
"You’ve reached the RSVP voicemail for Sally and Joe soon-to-be Smith! Please leave a message for us and don’t forget to include who you are, whether you’ll be there or not, and how many of you are ready to party! We can’t wait to see you on May 15, 2009! "