(Closed) RSVP by phone?

posted 10 years ago in Etiquette
  • poll: How should I word my RSVP?

    RSVP by phone is perfectly acceptable in this case

    Sorry but you have to have a RSVP card with a pre-stamped envelope.

    E-mail is a better option than phone.

    I have another idea! (See below)

  • Post # 17
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    Helper bee

    phone and email/wedding website

    Post # 18
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: May 2010

    My friend did the RSVP by phone thing and it worked rather well.  She was having a small wedding without a sit-down dinner, though.  I could see it being complicated if there were a large number of guests or a meal choice.

    Post # 19
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2009

    My sister did email and phone (for the few who don’t have internet) and it worked out great.  They still had to call some people so she’s glad she didn’t waste money on cards and postage when people can’t seem to fill it out and return it — or not lose the RSVP!  We are doing the same thing 🙂

    Post # 20
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: April 2010

    You can print your own at home if your printer can handle cardstock. If you don’t have a printer that can handle it, just go to a local office supply store that does printing. You can print them double-sided so that you don’t need to address them or make address labels.

    Post # 21
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: November 2010

    email or phone seems reasonable. Most people don’t care about the RSVP card

    Post # 22
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    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: January 2010

    We did RSVP’s by phone by a service called RSVP for less out of Mankato, MN.  It was almost 1/3 the cost of RSVP cards or postcards and we had no trouble getting responses, even had some compliments on the ease of doing it that way.  Good luck!

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