Post # 1
I’m just wondering if there is an etiquette rule about responding to RSVPs from guests who have accepted and will be attending the wedding.
What is the normal etiquette? Do you respond to the RSVP to acknowledge the person is coming and you received it?
It feels over the top to send a new letter or card, but not everyone is on social media so I would have to do so.
Equally it doesn’t feel right to me not to contact people to let them know we received the response, otherwise they might be wondering?
Post # 3
No, only contact someone if you do not receive a response from them past the due date. No need to contact them to let them know you received it.
Post # 4
@kiwihoney: no need to contact them. you may want to contact those rsvps that have not shown up by the rsvp date to confirm a yes or no.
Post # 5
@kiwihoney: I think that if they are at all concerned that you did not receive their RSVP that they would make the effort to call you and confirm verbally as well. I would also expect that you would be the one calling me if I had sent out an RSVP and you did not get one back from me yet.