- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2010
We decided to save money on our wedding invitations and emailed our guest list a link to our wedding website, asking people to RSVP there. The website is very simple and clearly (I think) serves as an electronic invitation only–we have not included photos of ourselves, registry information, or anything else that would not typically be in an invitation.
I am now regretting our decision to email the invitation, because so many people have still not responded! I am afraid that it seems to much like an “evite,” and not a formal wedding invitation. I also think that it confused some of our older guests, who may think they’ve RSVP-ed, but who actually have not (we want everyone to use the link because it allows them to choose their meal).
My question is this: is it rude to re-send the link to those people who have not officially RSVP-ed yet, gently reminding them to please RSVP? Or would it be better if I contacted them all individually?