Post # 1
I just received a response from a relative..they wrote their name but in the space where they have to write how many people are coming they left it blank..is that equivalent to a 0? should I call to make sure or is it goint to look bad?
Post # 3
Do you have a decline space? If not, that could mean that they didn’t know how to decline, however, I would definitely call to be certain. They may have just forgotten. We had a few people forget to write in food choices so some people just are absent-minded.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
I would definitely call to be sure. That could definitely also mean everyone that you addressed the invite to.
Post # 5
@princesspink: i would call to clarify.
Post # 6
@princesspink: Call and make sure. It’s no big deal. “Thanks so much for your RSVP! We can’t wait to see you! small talk small talk small tallk. I just wanted to confirm, too, you didn’t fill in the number of people, is it you and (Significant Other) or are just you able to make it? Ok thanks. Too bad about (Significant Other)/That’s awesome you can both make it. I better let you go. Thanks again, and we’re so glad you can come. Bubye!”
Post # 7
im going to call to make sure..its just that it isnt someone I really know..its one of my moms relatives that i hardly every see. Its going to be weird calling but i guess i have no choice..i dont want them showing up and theres no seating for them.
Post # 8
Did you not have an option for them to check “attending” or “not attending”?
Post # 9
no my rsvp cards only said number of persons and they have to write in the number wether its 0,1,2 etc..
Post # 10
If you don’t feel comfortable calling, ask your mom to. I had my Mom and Future Mother-In-Law calling for clarifications when needed.
Post # 11
@princesspink: I don’t think we can read your relative’s mind, lol. Just call him/her and figure out what they meant.