Post # 1
BEES! I misplaced 2 of my RSVP cards and feel just dumb about it! We have recently moved into a new apartment which is torn to shreds with moving things and I can’t find these two cards! Thankfully! I know who they were from and have written it down and placed it with the others! So bee’s, how are you organizing your RSVP’s so that this doesn’t happen to me again =P
Post # 3
I’m not even close to sending out invitations yet but I am a super organized planning freak. I have a google doc already set up with the guest list as it grows and changes, so I can just access it anywhere and add/remove/change people. This is how I plan to track RSVP responses too.
Post # 4
Any idea if google docs work on a kindle fire?
Post # 5
I’m keeping mine on a spreadsheet. I guess it’s similar to the google docs idea, only I can’t access google docs at work so I just email it to myself/my fiance when I have big updates so I can access it at work and home.
Post # 6
I have 26 worksheets by last name. Missing RSVP’s are unavoidable, even for the most organized. My mom thought I was so ungodly anal about my RSVPs. I knew off the top of my head who was coming because I had everything so organized. Well, it came time to call those that didn’t RSVP. 1 person claism they never got an invite, one was lost, and one we ourselves forgot to send out because I remember putting it aside (it was someone that we weren’t sure we were going to invite and then called like idiots thinking we sent them one. FML)
http://www.russellandhazel.com/content/wedding-templates this is the website I used for all of my worksheets. The guest worksheets are the ones I used to organize my RSVPs. Just don’t panic or get stressed if something goes wrong. It will work out 😉
Post # 7
Just your average old-fashioned Excel spreadsheet saved to dropbox so Fiance and I can both add RSVPs (not that he ever does it but in theory…:) ). I’ll likely lose more than a few of the actual RSVPs.