Post # 1
I’ve heard of nightmares of brides receiving rsvp cards with no names on them. What are ways to help get around this issue? I know some people number the rsvp or use a secret marker.
Is this really a common problem?
Post # 3
@louisianablue: I’ve gotten two back without names. It’s not common, but numbers are a lifesaver when it does happen.
Post # 4
Better to have them numbered than to receive even one back with no name I’d say. 🙂
Post # 5
It only takes a few minutes to number the back of the card. If you get even one RSVP back without the names written in it will save you much more time than that.
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2018 - Stone Rows Farm
Great idea! Just about every single person i’ve talked to h as has atleast one rsvp card without a name on it. Def doing this once the time comes!
Post # 7
Numbering your RSVP will save you so much time! YOu wont regret it!
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Post # 9
Do it! It is super easy, helps you get organized, and it’s fun to use the Color Switcher markers 🙂 You’re like a wedding secret agent. Hahaha. I liked them so much I even started a thread on it.
Post # 10
We numbered ours with the invisible ink pen but we didn’t get any back without names. We did get one that was pretty illegible so the number was helpful but for the most part, they were kinda useless for us. I don’t think it hurts though.
Post # 11
@indibee: “You’re like a wedding secret agent.”
LOL. I am going to have to steal my invitations from Future Mother-In-Law and do this (if you read my posts complaining about her, she has an invitation business and is trying to control the whole process).