Post # 1
I am finally starting on my invites but I need help with wording.
I am inviting people to bring their children. How do I word it to say your children are invited please RSVP wth how many children will be attending and their ages? Hmmm maybe I just figured it out. LOL
Anyone have a more eloquent way or wording it? Also, not all people coming have children. Should I just print it on a seperate paper and insert it in the envolope?
Post # 3
Perhaps put childsplate and a space beside it? I think that people would assume child’s plate for a small child and adult plate for say a teenager.
Post # 4
Could you put
_ Adults attending
_ Children (12 and under) attending
Or something similar. I also like @Cappugcino suggestion of listing “children’s plate”
Post # 5
@Cappugcino: This sounds good!
@Crabbabs: This sounds good as well but I don’t want to leave the number of adults attending open in fear of guests inviting extra friends or family.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
If this is a family-fun wedding, you could do a really fun response card. I saw one once where the couple asked the respondents to draw a picture indicating their RSVP. You could ask yours to draw a picture of everyone coming and label names and give ages of children.
Post # 7
Your parents names
Mr and Mrs whoever and their children or write the kids names.
to celebrate the marriage of………………..
With the RSVP’s have a line for how many children are attending.