(Closed) RSVP Issue

posted 8 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 4
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1801 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’m sorry about the situation with your Dad, that’s really sad.

As for the RSVP cards, we did the same thing and had a couple people change it actually!  One did call my Mom and ask if it was ok (not that my Mom set the guest list, so really people?), but the other scratched it out and wrote in 4 instead of 2.  We had a name line too, so luckily they wrote in the names for me.

Post # 5
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572 posts
Busy bee

I’m confused. He is NOT coming to the reception but the ceremony? Did you have to RSVP for the ceremony as well? In either case, I would call and ask why he altered the invite. Then explain that this is your day and you want it to be pleasant and peaceful.

The situation with your dad is sad. I’m sorry. My dad is not walking me down the aisle and we don’t have a very good relationship. I have not heard from him in over 6 months. So I am seriously considering not even inviting him. He would definitely try to do something to piss me or my mother off. Plus I won’t see him after the wedding anyway.

 

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