Post # 1
So apparenly I am more unpopular than I thought. After stressing over the fact that nobody had RSVP’d one way or the other to our wedding shower (which was going to be next Sunday) I decided to call/text around to see what was up. Well, 2 family members, my Maid/Matron of Honor, and a distant friend were the ONLY RSVP’s. WE had 18 no’s and 5 non-responces… So, after balling my eyes out for an hour and venting to my mother who in turn balled her eyes out we decided to change the date in hopes that some of their excuses (out of town, can’t get off work, have a wedding the day before… huh?) would be null and we could try this again. If nothing else, the same RSVP’s will still be there and we can just try to pretend everybody else doesn’t exist.
So, we are sending “Change the Dates”. They will be postcard style on cheap index cards I bought at Walmart because I already spend $15 on nicer ones that everybody decided to be jerks and ignore.
I need your opinion on these. Which do you prefer?
And this will be the back
Post # 3
I’m so sorry that this has happened to you! I think changing the date is a good idea. Good luck with the second try!
Post # 4
Oh my goodness! I am so sorry dear 🙁 I like the first option.
Post # 5
I like the first one, it seems a little clearer. I think it sounds like a good idea! Hopefully more people will be able to make it–and you’re right, if for some reason they can’t, there’s nothing lost in trying to find a date that works better for people. Good luck! I hope it’s great 🙂
Post # 6
Awe I’m sorry for your poor turn out but hopefully changing the date will change the numbers for the better! <333
Post # 7
Aww I’ll come! And I like the 1st one 🙂
Post # 8
Aww so sorry no one was able to come, I like the 1st one better. I had so many no’s and then also some “yes-wouldn’t miss it’s” for my baby shower and then only had family show 🙁 It sucks when people don’t realize how it hurts your feelings.
Good luck! I’m sure you will get more responses!