(Closed) RSVP

posted 6 years ago in Toronto
Post # 2
758 posts
Busy bee

I’d email/text message one more time asking for an RSVP, and give it a week. Then send a message saying “Hey, I’ve treid to reach you a few times without any luck. Unfortunately, I have to give final numbers to my caterer so I’m going to have to record you as a no, since I haven’t heard back”.

Then give it 2 days. If you haven’t heard back by then, you’re safe to assume they’re not coming.

Post # 4
410 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

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bella75:  Is there a deadline you have to meet? You seem keen to scratch them off the list. 

If you don’t have a way to contact them, you mustn’t be that close. 

If their family / family friends, maybe ask a family member to check for you? 

Post # 6
1306 posts
Bumble bee

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bella75:  If there is absolutely NO way for you to contact them (which I find really odd and actually unbelievable, unless they live completely off the grid and don’t own an answering machine of any sort), scratch them off your list.  I think we all agree that NOT rsvp’ing to something so big as a wedding is extremely rude.  HOWEVER, to save yourself some headache, I would at least try and leave messages saying you are sorry they can’t make it (because you are, right?), but you have had to remove them from the headcount as the deadline has passed, and you look forward to hopefully seeing them in the near future.

That way, nobody can say you didn’t try.

Are you sure everyone even received the invitations?  You must not be close to these people at all if you can’t get in touch…hm.

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