Post # 1
I searched all over here and can’t find any threads so I’m posting–sorry if it’s been discussed.
I am wondering how to word the RSVP card for a sit-down dinner where you make your choice (of 4 entrees) at the table with the waiter. The only RSVP cards I’ve ever received had the beef/chicken/fish option that you check. Do I need to explain the choice will be made at the table? Or maybe I could include a menu in the pocketfold invitation? Any advice?
Thanks In Advance as usual ladies!
Post # 3
I didn’t have a lot of options but I basically just said veggie, fish or beef with no explanation. All of my sides were the same and such. A menu is a cute idea too if it’s off the wall or unique stuff though.
Post # 4
In your case you don’t need to mention the food on the invitation. Have a menu at each table or place setting and people will have time to look it over before the waiter comes to take their order.
Post # 5
So you don’t need to provide a count of each entree to your venue beforehand? If that’s the case, I wouldn’t mention anything about the dinner options on the RSVP. It’s like if you were having a buffet, people choose what they eat when they get there so there’s no need to bring it up on the invitations.
Post # 6
No, no count of the choices, just a head count. Thanks for the quick feedback ladies, less work for me!
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
If you want, you could ask people to indicate any special dietary concerns.