Post # 1
Today, in the mail….we got an RSVP from a couple. It reads: Mr. & Mrs. Hendricks (will attend. One order for a fish meal, the other for a filet).
That’s cool. But who are the Hendricks? I have double, triple and quadruple checked our list and there are certainly no Hendricks! I called Mom, and Future Mother-In-Law and neither of them know any Hendricks.
No, like a dumbass I did not number our RSVP cards. That would have solved this real fast.
What do I do? What are my options?! (any???)
Post # 3
Fiance said someone on our list who couldn’t attend probably sold their RSVP card. (lol) Scary that this is not beyond the realm of possibility!!!!
Post # 4
yikes!!! I dont know but I hope you figure this out soon.
Is it clearly written Hendricks? Is there a possibility youre misreading it?
Post # 5
OH, VM. The fun never stops for you, huh? So NOBODY knows who these people are? That’s really really weird. I don’t even know what you do in that situation since you don’t know their number or anything. I’m really sorry! Is there a return address they put on the RSVP? Can you work backwards from where they live and figure it out that way? Jeez. This is one I haven’t heard before!
Maybe the Crazies invited them…
Post # 6
That is really weird! I have never heard of anything like this before. Maybe they are wedding crashers with good enough manners to RSVP to something they weren’t invited to? 😉
But my only question is how would they have gotten ahold of one of your RSVP cards?
Post # 7
Yeah, I ran into the same thing. I actually got one back that just had “no” checked – no other information. Less of a problem, but it took us quite a while to figure out who it was!
Is there a postmark on the envelope that might give a clue as to where they are? (That’s what finally clued us in, though then it was still a process of elimination waiting for other RSVPs from that city to come in.)
Post # 8
Wow that is crazy!!!!! So, someone gave their RSVP away….?
Post # 9
Maybe they bought it on eBay!
Have any of your female cousins, friends, relatives recently gotten married and changed their last name?
Post # 10
It very, very clearly says “Hendricks” Ughhhhhhhh……..why me?!
Post # 11
VM…your posts crack me up. I am not laughing at you…but at all of the kooky situations you have been dealing with during your planning process. Did you maybe invite a single female who has since gotten married? Did they have a return address you can use to find out who they are? That’s just plain weird.
Post # 12
How does that even happen? Are you the same bride whose guests were selling the +1’s? If so, I really cannot wait to see how your wedding turns out. I am imagining paparazzi and helicopters overhead at this point.
I’m guessing no return address? The only way I can think of is waiting until after your deadline and calling those who are on the list but haven’t responded. Maybe one will confess to selling their invitation.
Post # 13
Wow VM I am terrified of sending my invites now, especially after reading about your guests selling their +1s and now this! I wouldn’t be surprised if someone sold their invite at this point…
The only other thing that I can think of is did someone fill in a fake name just as a joke to mess with you? I could see one of our crazy friends doing that..just make up a couple to stress you out?
Post # 14
VM- Where did you meet your friends?!
Your post keep making me laugh more and more!
I would guess just waiting until all the RSVP’s come in and you will be able to find out who sold it!
Man I wish I was invited to your wedding and could sell my 1+ or whole RSVP!
Post # 15
Bad luck is drawn to you like a magnet, my friend!
Post # 16
Can you make out the post mark at all to figure out what town they’re from?