(Closed) RSVP Wording

posted 4 years ago in Etiquette
  • poll: Which RSVP wording option makes more sense??
    Option 1 : (0 votes)
    Option 2 : (1 votes)
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  • Post # 2
    4040 posts
    Honey bee

    If you are printing your own, would it be very difficult, to print the RSVP cards individually? The reason why I ask, is that if you do, for example, version 2, and some of the invited guests can’t/don’t want to attend, they can substitute someone else. I.e. If the 2 teenage boys in the family don’t want to attend, but the 2 teenage girls do, the response can still be 4 kids, if the girls each want to bring a friend. Are you okay with that scenario?  

    Post # 3
    7271 posts
    Busy Beekeeper
    • Wedding: June 2013

    I think writing “we have reserved x seats in your honor” is more than enough and then you really only need a line for them to write names. If you give a line for “children”  you will need to give the guests an age limit as they likely won’t know who qualifies as a child.

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    Post # 4
    198 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: July 2014

    I would also just do “We have reserved x seats in your honor” and then have a place for names attending.  You’ll know which qualify as children!

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