Post # 4
I totally agree. Let them RSVP online, lots of people are doing that now. I communicated with almost all of my vendors via email…even text. And we did evites for the rehearsal dinner…no big deal. 🙂 Do whatever’s easiest for you.
Post # 5
My guests will RSVP online.. I dont care what ppl think.. its more convenient and saves paper and stamps.
Post # 6
I also agree with the rsvp online and invitations as evites!!
Post # 8
Where are you ladies in my life! I contacted a local florist to ask about the rental price of an arch. (I am doing all of my flowers myself) and she didn’t have a website, email address, and was slightly put off when I told her if I didn’t answer my cell phone to just leave a message or text. She said, “I don’t leave voice messages. I will call back at a later time if you don’t answer.” !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
I don’t know, I’m just kind of put off with vendors who don’t have websites these days. It doesn’t even have to be a crazy website!
Post # 9
@Miss Tattoo: or a facebook business page…thats kinda the norm now vendorppl i mean, come on! lol
seriously tho… completely agree with you.
Post # 10
I agree that every vendor should have a webpage and email but I am sorry I don’t agree with e-vites and online RVSPs. It is a wedding not a Kegger. Just because there is technology doesn’t mean that class should go out the window. Online RSPVs and invites IMO are tacky, cheap, and lazy.
Post # 11
I’m so glad I’m not the only one who feels this way. If I have to actually get in my car and go reserve something….its not going to be good. I need to be able to do EVERYTHING online. When I told my mom that I was looking for a photographer she asked has I checked the yellow pages yet….? That was the only time I almost hung up on my mother. lol
Post # 12
I’m with you! I’m still sending out paper RSVPs (not pre-stamped, though), but I’m going to give them the online RSVP option too.
I’m pretty adament about not using vendors who don’t have some kind of online presence. It’s just kind of ridiculous.
Post # 13
@enoh102: so wasting money and paper on return postage and more paper with shower and what not invites is classier than providing a quick, clean, and easy way to RSVP? I’m still sending out paper invites, but I’m not spending more money on postage when 99% of my guest list is tech savy.
Post # 14
I totally agree, especially about vendors. My makeup artist is terrible with e-mail, but for me e-mail is so much easier and faster! And what is up with not even wanting to leave a voice mail? That is beyond ridiculous!
Post # 15
@Cheeks11: Yellow pages!? Seriously! Ugh! I just received a huge copy of the phonebook the other day. I wanted to chuck it back at the mailman like WTF!? look at all this wasted paper! I don’t think I’ve looked through a phone book since my high school days and that was almost 10 years ago! The only thing I want to do in person is taste testings, signing contracts, looking at possible venues, rental items, looking over portfolios (any ‘photographer’ can grab a bunch of google images to create an online portfolio. Yes! I know a girl who almost got scammed by one of those ‘photographers’)
@jo.lee: seriously. Even if they don’t have a website, a Facebook/Myspace would be nice.