Post # 1
I am considering using a website for RSVP’s for those who use internet regurlarly but I’m not sure what website to use. Ideally, I’d like one where I can input names and only those people can RSVP (I am actually scared that people who I did not invite may try to RSVP if it’s available online!). I also need something where guests can select their meal choice. Anyone have any suggestions????
Thanks for any recs!
Post # 3
We did our website through brides.com. I highly recommend it! It has an RSVP feature and also people can only access your website with a password (if you like). Even if someone shared the password, your guests have to RSVP with an e-mail address registered on YOUR list. It’s awesome!
Post # 4
Out of all wedding websites. I think mywedding.com is where you can make the best wedding website and RSVP option.
Post # 5
I’m using mywedding.com to do the same thing!
Post # 6
I’m using WeddingTracker.com. The options for templates and customization aren’t awesome (there are really not too many templates, and also I’m not a big fan of not being able to change the font/size of headings, though you can change font/size of body text). BUT it’s by far the cheapest for a lot of features. For example, it’s the cheapest for registering your own domain name, ie a straight http://www.MyNameHisName2010.com instead of http://www.HisNameHerName.theknot.com or whatever. It’s only $60 for a whole year, and half off if you use a certain coupon code WC50 that comes from Macy’s.
So anyway, I chose it for the cheapness, domain name, and RSVP. How it works for RSVP is you enter in everyone’s name and how many guests they can RSVP for. Then when they RSVP they select how many are attending but their only choices are <= the number you set for them. They also have to enter the guests’ names (which helps if you’re doing a seating chart or escort cards, or to make sure you don’t hate their guest, lol) You also have to specify the number of kids, which may help with your caterer. But it’s not smart enough that if you, for example, invite one person with three kids, to stop them from RSVPing for two adults and two kids, etc.
My 2 cents 🙂
Post # 7
We are going to have an RSVP card in our invite, but we aren’t going to have people send them back. We’ll put ‘We have reserved 2 seats in your honor’ and then ask that they RSVP via email with the names of attendees, their meal choice and which hotel they are staying at. Saves us money and is easy for tech savvy guests to do!