Post # 1
I think this has been posted but I just wanted to double check.
The people we are inviting some are family and some have dates and others don’t. And I”m not haveing a inner envelope so do I put & guest on the outer envelope and this way the respond card would be the same for evryone. Or do i make differetn respond cards like for those with no guests i just put attending not attending and with guests but a line that says guest and then how many and attending or not. I hope this makes sense.
thankas for yr help
Post # 3
I think it’s fine if you use a generic card. As long as they understand the plus one rule (if they don’t have family) it’ll be fine.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2010 - Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay
i got a little lost in the description of the options, but i think your outer envelope should list who’s invited. so if someone has a date they are bringing, write the primary guest and the date’s name on the envelope, or the primary guests and “& guest”. the response card then can be the same for everyone, because the outer envelope made clear who is invited.
of course, there will be some people who try to bring a guest anyway, but that’s another issue! for that problem, some people have written on the response card “we have reserved ___ seats in your honor”.