Post # 1
So I’m starting to get RSVPs and just thought I’d share that not even your bridesmaids are excepmt from slip ups when it comes to RSVP ettiquette!
So all my girls and guys will have a plus one 🙂 and I handed everyone their invites not really expecting them to send the RSVPs in because no DUH they are in the wedding! Anyways got an RSVP with name I did not recognize was like ” WHO THE F*** IS THIS!” Look at the back of the card match up the # with my Guest list and saw that it was my MOH!
Just goes to show that things like that happen LOL
Also Ive recieved a feew back that just have their names and they did not check of if they are attending or not so I’m assuming they are coming 😉
Luckily I haven’t had one that has added more ppl to their allotted guest limit.
Whats your story thus far?
Post # 3
How do you guys number your cards? My RSVP cards are already printed and set to go out later this week and I want to do this but how do you do it so it doesn’t look bad.
Post # 4
i took a pencil and put the number on the back of the actual rsvp. you could also do it on the inside of the rsvp envelope but make sure that you will be able to see the number after its sealed and you open it up 😉
Post # 5
@KIKI82: It’s best to use a pencil to the upper left or right hand corner of your rsvp. If yours fold, like mine, you could do it inside in one of the corners 🙂
@gm- We’re starting to get ours too! It was so exciting, until I opened them up & 2 of the 3 we received didn’t have any numbers. I’m assuming you & I did ours alike & told everyone how many spaces are being held for them. So already I’ve had to text one person to ask. The other person I already knew was coming 🙂