(Closed) RSVP POLL – Mail in Card or Website Response?

posted 5 years ago in Paper
  • poll: Do you prefer to:
    MAIL in an RSVP card w/ prepaid postage : (45 votes)
    61 %
    RSVP through the couple's website : (29 votes)
    39 %
  • Post # 16
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    353 posts
    Helper bee

    natassiakay:  This is what I want to do. I figure if we don’t give them stamps they’re going to do it online to save themselves 50 cents. How did it work out with replies, did people still mail them or use the website?

    Post # 17
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    663 posts
    Busy bee

    cherami:  Yes, most people still mailed them back, some were a day or two late but we secretly had buffer roomto let it slide. I’m not tech savvy enough to have set up online RSVP but a lot of our guests were young people so a lot of them were informal with a yes or no via private FB message. It worked out fine and I reached out to everyone who didn’t respond so allow yourself at least one or two weeks to reach out to non-respondants before your venue/caterer needs the final headcount. Don’t just extend the RSVP deadline for guests because they will procrastinate even more. Good luck. 

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