Post # 1
We’re having a semi-destination wedding (lots of Out of Town guests), so the official event is a morning brunch, but we’re also doing a casual welcome pizza party the night before. I worded the RSVP card the following way, but wondered if it would be too confusing:
__ number attending brunch
__ number attending pizza party
__ so sorry
ie, if you were a guest intending to come to the brunch but NOT the pizza party, would you freak out? Am I setting myself up to get a lot of strange/unintelligible RSVPs? Also, if anyone has any suggestions as to alternative wording, I’d love to hear it!
Post # 3
I think you should have a seperate RSVP for the pizza party the night before so that your guests don’t get confused. It doesn’t have to be matching imo. You can just print off on regular paper so that way, your guests know it will be informal.
Post # 4
I could see some people thinking they aresupposed to pick so maybe do
number attending brunch only
number attending pizza party only
number attending both
So sorry – can’t make it
Post # 5
____ Number attending:
____ pizza party
____ so sorry
Post # 6
I thnk that would get confusing too. What if there are 3 guests that can make it to brunch and only 1 can make it to the pizza party. I think I like brides2 idea.
Post # 7
Yes, I would also vote for separate RSVPs (or perhaps 2-sided?). We are also doing an RSVP for the rehearsal dinner and for the wedding reception, so I have also been thinking about this. We are going to do separate RSVPs for sure.
Post # 8
I would do separate RSVPs for both events. Otherwise I think its going to be too confusing.