Post # 17
It sounds like the website RSVP has worked out for a number of you. How have you guys handled the RSVPs over the internet? Like a guestbook? A form to trigger an e-mail that gets sent to you? Did guests have unique codes? Other tricks and tips?
Post # 18
If you use a website like wedding tracker or the one offered from the knot, their program does all the work for you. I read through a bunch of information on different site options and decided to go with weddingtracker. You can go to http://www.weddingtracker.com/ for more information. There are tons of sites available out there. Just do your homework so you know what you are getting.
Post # 19
I just rsvp’d on a couple’s website on The Knot. Super easy – you just type in your name. Unfortunately, I got a message that it didn’t recognize us, but that an email would automatically be sent informing the couple of our response. I figured it was just The Knot, and considered it done.
Post # 20
For those that used both the website and a phone option – how did you word your "RSVP" informing them what to do? Thanks!
Post # 21
"Please RSVP no later than July 1, 2005
123.123.1234 or [email protected]"
Post # 23
I have a question. For those that really aren’t computer/internet Savvy to RSVP online, if you provided them with a phone number, did you use your own or is there something you can set up? If it is something you can set up via a hotline or something, can you please share where you set this up?
Post # 24
I seem to recall someone mentioning a company that will do that for you. We don’t have many people on our list (<50), and almost all are friends from school, so I didn’t think twice about just giving out our cell numbers.
I just tried googling "rsvp phone automated service" and it pulls up a number of companies.
Post # 25
We gave our home number. I mean, if we were comfortable enough to have them come to our wedding, then we were comfortable enough to give our home number. Most of our guests had it anyway.