(Closed) RSVP Wording

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

@Hobokenbride2012: We used:

“Happily Accept”

and

“Regretfully Decline”

Post # 4
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

If you are set on “Accepts with Pleasure”

Then you should use “Declines with Regret”

Post # 5
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Wannabee

Ok, our wedding date is September 29th, 2012.  I am starting early because I have a lot of ideas, I am in school, and my fiance will gone for 5 months.  Anyways, I have been trying to find the right wording to let people know that if they do not rsvp, they will not be able to enter. Please tell me what you think of what I have come up with.  “We would be honored by your presence at our celebration.  To reserve your seats, A favor of a reply is requestd by (Place date here).  We have reserved seats for the following names below.”  I will then type in each individuals name with a place to accept and decline.  Also, to confirm their place, they must either call or email using the email account we set up for the purpose.   Is it too much or is it rude?  Our families will have to travel to attend our wedding and we are also preparing our food with the help of a family friend ( retired caterer).  Please help!!!

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