(Closed) RSVP Email Wording

posted 5 years ago in Logistics
Post # 2
1274 posts
Bumble bee

I’m sure it is frustrating but I would honestly just keep taking it on a case by case basis. If someone asks you if they can bring someone you didn’t invite or account for, you can use the line, I’ll have to get back to you as we are capacity for the venue.

You don’t want to offend everyone who does know that about proper etiquette to pay attention to the inner envelope, etc, by telling them to make sure they bring the guest they rsvp’d for.


Post # 3
7910 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Saying these requests directly will not come off well. How big is your wedding? We’re having a small wedding, and I also wanted an intimate group without random guests. On our wedding website, we state that we want to share the event with our CLOSEST (not in caps on the real deal) family and friends. Our postcard RSVPs state how many seats have been reserved in their honor, and in the website RSVP form, there’s a statement saying to consider how many seats have been reserved in  their honor, which is stated on the postcard.

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