Post # 1
another thread about those stupid cards…
got one back today. woohoo for getting it but why is it so hard for blank person to fill it out correctly…. this rsvp is for a married couple. however it only says mr.________ and a check mark on graciously accepts.
so do i assume the wife is not coming. should i just keep both mr and mrs on seating chart.
Post # 3
LOL I love hearing about new and creative ways people screw these up! I’d assume the couple was coming together. Are they close enough that you can call and confirm (or have a parent do it)?
Post # 4
@asianyoushi: I would casually call and mention that Susie’s name was not on the RSVP, but you wanted to confirm that she was unable to make it.
PS. I might go to etiquette hell for that… but that’s what I’d do!
Post # 5
lol i will be in etiquette hell with you( done so much wedding no no)… i am going to have fiance talk to him at work tomorrow… this couple is married into the family… cousins’ wife’s parents… also works with fiance // reason to assume they will both be there was- at uncles’ retirement party both this couple and cousin’s wife said they could not wait to see how my wedding would look like.. but reason to assume one would not come is because this cousin has 2 children and only rsvped one child was coming so having grandma stay home to watch the youngest make sense to me…
Post # 6
Screw etiquette, call and confirm!
Post # 7
hubby to be asked.. only the mr. is coming. the mrs got baby sitting duty..
Post # 8
@asianyoushi: Glad you figured it out 🙂 so funny!