Post # 17
Use one of those free eInvite sites that send everyone a link to click so they can say yes or no.
Not as elegant but you will get lots more answers because answering takes around 30 seconds.
Have the site send out the emails on a Tuesday. That’s the day everyone is least busy and most likely to be at their computer at work or college.
Post # 18
Our wedding is in two weeks and I just got an RSVP yesterday. I intentionally made them for 6 weeks in advance, but people are careless. I already knew who was coming for sure, so it was no biggee.
Post # 19
That sucks, obviously those people have never planned a wedding or event or else they would understand why it is so important to RSVP. We sent out 82 invitations and we have 157 people coming that is a huge turnout I think that is about 98.9% of people coming which kind of sucks becuase that just means that the bill keeps getting bigger and bigger and bigger. The Fiance mom kept adding people on even three weeks after we sent out the RSVP.