Post # 1
I want to know who is ordering what dish.
I found this picture and wanted to have lines like this. My problem is that the largest family invited is 7 people, so I need 7 lines. Will people think that this means they can fill up all the lines with other guests?
That would not be good, but I really think this is the best way to do it!
OR could I maybe write the names on the RSVP card before I send them? That would be like, MAJOR HINT.
Post # 3
I’m putting names on my RSVP’s so that there will be no confusion as to who is invited! I don’t want people I may not even know coming to my wedding which is a possibility if you leave the lines blank.
Sidenote: Does anyone know what that script font is on those RSVP cards??
Post # 4
I have no idea but it’s lovely… I’ll try to figure it out!
Post # 5
okay thanks! It is lovely
Post # 6
I’d totally write names in. Although I think you’ll find that even if you write names in that you’ll have people adding extra people in the empty lines. I’m almost tempted to say can you just get 1 RSVP printed with 7 lines for the family of 7? Or can you break the family of 7 down into a group of 4 and 3? (Like, parents and kids or something?).
Post # 7
Usually how people will do RSVP cards is have small lines in front of each meal preference, and then people will initial each meal preference:
AB, GH Chicken TR Fish RE, BG Steak
That way you know who exactly ordered what.
To prevent people from adding extra people, we had this printed on our RSVP:
____ seats have been reserved in your honor
And then we filled in the number of seats. Worked like a charm. Not a single guest added extra people.
The line system seems fine, too, but it just looks like so much extra work to write in everyone’s names.
Post # 8
@littlemissmoo: You know.. That might make more sense. Myabe I can just print out cards for each family. AND write the names in. I really don’t think it gets more obvious than that, but I know some idiot is gonna invite someone not invited hahaa.