Post # 1
I am soo confused, you guys.
I keep looking online, and I keep seeing the RSVP cards that list who is attending or who is not attending. And then you check a box that says accept or decline. (Or the like)
BUT. We’re having a sit down dinner- where the guests will be picking beef, chicken, or fish. Why am I not finding any RSVP cards where you check off your option? Do people still do this? Is that what the menu cards are for? I can’t imagine having 250 guests order their meals the day of the wedding.
I MUST be missing something.
Sit down dinner reception girls, what did you do?
Post # 3
Yes, you are correct
On your card you can start with a place for them to put how man total will attend.
You would have the line for accept and decline
Then the line under that would have the entree options and places for them to mark how many of each
Look at Mrs Avacado. I don’t know how she did RSVP cards…but for the event she had a place card for everyone and on it was a colored button. The button told the waiters what dish that person was having.ex; Black= beef White= chicken
Hope this helps 🙂
But yes…you are totally on the right track
Post # 4
You’re totally right and a lot of Bee’s have done this. Check through Mrs Cowboy Boot’s posts. I’m sure she had options on her RSVP cards 🙂
Post # 5
I wish I could remember where I got this! This is what I will do if we decide to offer a choice in food (my Fiance and I want 100% vegetarian, our parents are pushing really hard for meat. *sigh*)
Post # 6
Rbbit, are those yours? I love them! They’re so cute and self-explanatory!
Post # 7
rabbit those are so friggin awesome!!
Post # 8
Okay so like I’ve said, I love your RSVP cards. But what if you only want to invite adults and there are kids in the family. I guess you could make some with only two lines, but there are other families that have kids old enough to sit through the ceremony. Hmmm…
Post # 9
Ok.. those are awesome!!
Now.. what are menu cards for?