Post # 1
Okay, so I didn’t put this in my reply card and now I’m second guessing it. Our venue is tight and we are pushing it to begin with, so we really have very little room for “surprises.”
I need opinions: Do you think it would be tacky or confusing if I added a slip of paper with the reply card that said “# seats have been reserved in your honor.” ? Has anyone else done this?
My invites are DIY, so I can make it in the same paper/font/color as the rest of the invitation suite.
Post # 3
I’m hoping I can do that on mine!
Post # 4
I think it might be confusing to add another piece of paper. Are yoyu using an inner envelope? We didn’t have the __ of __ guest attending on our invites and just included the people who were invited on the inner envelope. We didn’t have any suprise guests.
Post # 5
@MissAsB There are no inner envelopes, but I plan to put the names of the invited on the outer.
Post # 6
I think that should be good enough. If someone decides to bring an extra person, call them and let them know that you only have room for the people that were invited on the envelope.
Post # 7
I don’t think the extra paper is necessary. If you receive any “weird” RSVPs, you can contact them later and straighten things out… I think you’re fine.
Post # 8
I did it with mine but I found many people didn’t fill it in so sometimes I was unsure how many were actually coming.
Post # 9
I wouldn’t do an extra piece of paper – I’d put it right on the RSVP card (unless you’re saying those are already printed?) Mine is right at the top of the card, before asking guests to initial next to their entree choices (and that’s my backup warning system – if I get random sets of initials, I’ll know there’s someone who doesn’t belong on that rsvp)