Post # 17
Please don’t do this. I don’t think it would go over well. To me it sends the message that you don’t really care if the person comes or not. If you’re that worried, put the RSVP date on your invitation far ahead of the caterer’s. That way the chase-down will be less stressful because it won’t be rushed.
Post # 18
I can totally hear the “that’s is all” in the most sweetest voice possible.
@ all you ladies: After hearing your answers, I agree it would sound kind of harsh to include something like this on RSVPs. I will just follow-up on the late ones by phone or email. I might even send them out earlier to give me extra time too.
I asked the Fiance about it. In his sarcastic sense of humor way, he said to write instead, “anyone who does not RSVP and shows up will be seated in the back and must bring double monetary gifts”. Bahahaaahaa! Then seriously, he said not to write anything about not receiving RSVPs and assuming.
Thank you for taking the time to share your honest input! 🙂