(Closed) RSVP wording and amount of ppl invited

posted 7 years ago in Etiquette
  • poll: Which is more appropriate?
    Option #1 : (1 votes)
    7 %
    Option #2 : (13 votes)
    93 %
  • Post # 3
    8738 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper
    • Wedding: September 2011

    I vote fro option 2 because we had a few instances where only one member of the couple could come (or only 2 out of 4 family members could attend).

    Post # 4
    1433 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House

    Option 2!  less chance for people to mess up. 

    Post # 6
    3624 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2012

    Can you say __ of two accept with pleasure instead of will attend?

    Post # 8
    3267 posts
    Sugar bee

    I know that this isn’t want you asked, but perhaps you are open to changing the accepts with pleasure to just plain accepts/declines.  They may be accepting with regret, but feel they have to.  I don’t like people to tell me how I feel about something.  Sorry just a pet peeve.

    Post # 9
    11418 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper
    • Wedding: May 2009

    @andielovesj: You are absolutely correct about this. 

    @Snow2bunny:  If you follow the traditional practice of using inner envelopes on which you list the names of each person in the household who is being invited, this should resolve any instances of people making incorrect assumptions about who is and who is not being invited to the wedding.  I followed these traditional etiquette guidelines, and we did not have one single “plus one” or uninvited person show up at our wedding. 

    Below is the wording recommended by the wedding etiquette experts I consulted and which we used on our response cards:

    The favour of a reply is requested before the first of May


    _______ will attend

    _______ unable to attend

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