Post # 1
I thought I’d share some of my favorite RSVPs so far:
1 couple asking for the steak to be cooked to medium
2 guests asking for 2 meals EACH.
1 couple that thought the RSVP was for the rehearsal dinner
1 family friend that named his live in boyfriend as a guest with the name of “friend”
Did anyone else get RSVPs that either made you laugh or shake your head?
Post # 3
PS, I used Mrs. Lemon’s template, so I don’t think I was being confusing in my RSVP card!!
Post # 4
Wow! Those are hilarious!
2 meals each, though?! Umm, are they going to write a check for those meals?! lol
Post # 5
lol that’s interesting 🙂
I havent sent my invites yet but i’m not expecting responses like that since we’re having a buffet style dinner. 🙂
Post # 6
One of my Bridesmaid or Best Man also wrote ‘Guest’ for the name of her date. I called her and was like can you tell me how to spell his last name or should I just put ‘Guest’ on his place card.
We also got sealife drawn on (never got an explanation for that one, it’s not like anyone had a last name of fisher or anything) but no name on the RSVP and mailed back. We figured out who it was by the post mark, guess we should have numbered them.
Post # 7
LOL those are crazy.
I’ve had 2 ridiculous ones so far.
— We used the wording “We have reserved ___ seats in your honor”… my Dad’s friend added his own wording by writing in “+2 children”
— My aunt RSVPd for herself and for her sister (my other aunt to whom I had sent an invitation and already received a DECLINE from… wth??)
Post # 8
Oh yeah, I’ve received ones where we reserved 2 seats, and only get one name. Does that mean you’re not bringing anyone? Must I call/text you to find out the name of your guest? Grrrrrr
Post # 9
2 meals??!! I would flip. Are they football players or something? haha
There were 3 people who crossed out the “M”, that was to be used for Mr., Miss, Mrs., Ms., and wrote their name.
My cousin, whose name is Megan, used the “M” and just wrote “egan”.
My FI’s uncle didn’t right in their names and just wrote “me love steak” on one line and “she love steak too” on the other.
Post # 10
Wow..this is nuts.
I can’t wait to see this stuff happen!
That is just insane..that couple asking for 2 dinners each.
I would personally give them a call over that one. I mean, if others see them eating two meals, they’d feel slighted.
What the heck is up with the two dinners each couple? Are you a free for all? Is your wedding their night out? I believe in treating guests very well, but not for making one guest feel more entitled than another. Equality in treating guests well.
Post # 11
Whoa! What are people thinking??
I haven’t sent our invites out yet and hopefully I don’t get any strange requests!
Post # 12
Haha, well they requested one meat and one vegetarian option each. I’m just giving them the meat option. I think they thought to themselves “of course I want vegetables with my meat.”
Post # 14
@Champagne, I’m laughing at yours just as much as CremeBrulee’s…hahaha! “M__egan” Priceless!!
Post # 15
I am sorry, but those responses are pretty funny! LOL I can’t believe that people are so clueless. Two meals?!? Requesting your steak to be cooked a certain way?!?
Post # 16
LOl @ 2 meals each…what?? lol.
I got some strange requests..like asking me to seat them closer to the front so they could take some additional pictures..seriously? lol.