Post # 1
I just went to pick up our invitations, which we both proofed twice–only to realize when I got home with them that we never put a place on the RSVP for people to decline. OOPS. The RSVP reads:
The favor of a reply is requested on or before September 7, 2009
Number of Persons _________
My hope is that under number of persons they’ll write 0 if declining…should we print out a small piece of paper asking to reply with a note on the card if declining? Should we leave it as it is? Any thoughts/ideas would be greatly appreciated!!!
Post # 3
I think you’re fine! People will write in "zero". I have a few invites like this already, so i think it’s normal =]
Post # 4
I would leave it as is. Alternatively, you can print out a new RSVP slightly smaller than the original and mount it onto the original card. That way people will just think it is a double mounted RSVP card.
Post # 5
I think these will be fine. I would know what to do 🙂
Post # 6
Thanks y’all! Just wanted to make sure. We’re going to leave them as is and will just double check those we don’t hear back from.