Post # 1
Would this be ok for the RSVP for the accept/decline.
We hope you can join us. Please reply by X
_______ Accepts with pleasure. We’d be delighted!
______ Sorry, can’t make it, but we’ll be there in spirit.
Number of guest in your party
Post # 3
Do you have no single guests? This is worded for families and couples only.
Post # 4
I would ditch “We’d be delighted” etc, and change it to adult(s). Then it will fine single guests
Post # 5
I think the correct grammar would be “We hope that you can join us” not “We hope you can join us”.
Post # 6
@fuentesbee: I think it’s perfect, and exactly how I plan for my RSVPs to be worded too.
@Ennie: I’m a fan of eliminating extra words that just seem to fill up space, and whether it’s correct or not, I’d also leave out that .
“I think that it’s perfect, and exactly how I plan for my RSVPs to be worded too.” Seems optional to me. http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/when-to-leave-out-that.aspx
@Andyisgreat: I’m not sure about OP but I’m inviting plus 1’s for all my single guests. I’ll be using we too, and if they want to come alone, they can mark 1 for number of adults.
Post # 7
@BrooklynBride2013: +1. If you do this, I would change your regrets line to “Sorry, can’t make it” or “Will be there in spirit”, but not both together.
Post # 8
@windcriesamy: I agree with this.
Post # 9
@Andyisgreat: No singles, everyone is married or dating someone serious