Post # 1
I’m just getting my RSVP postcards back and SEVERAL people have failed to write their names on the line. Seriously? It’s not that hard. Luckily, two of the cards were easy to figure out because of the writing and another one wrote her name on the back of the postcard with her return address.
Has anyone else had these issues?
Post # 3
I haven’t had that problem yet but I numbered my RSVP cards on the back so that I would know who it belongs to if I can’t read the name. The numbers on the back match up with a list I created.
Post # 4
Oh yes… I had a couple guests who sent it back with just their names written in, but nothing else.
I also had to make calls to over 40 people who didn’t return the rsvp. We make it so simple, yet people still can seem to send it back.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
Oooh that’s annoying! (although unintentional, I’m assuming). I’m a big fan of the number system as well – my sister used it and I’ll be using it for my rsvp cards.
Post # 6
For those that managed to send the cards back (we had nearly 30 that did not- some came, some didn’t) it wasn’t too much of a problem. They managed to get their names on the cards, though I was surprised at how many didn’t know what the "M" was for at the beginning of the line for the names. Some even got a little more detailed and told us exactly how many adults and children were attending each event. (We didn’t ask for that, but it was helpful.)
Post # 7
I had one person fail to write their name, but we do know they want beef! Hehe.
And today we had someone write that they will not attend, but still gave us their food choices!
Who knew this was such a difficult task. 🙂
Post # 8
We had a number of people write only the name of who they were bringing and not their own.