Post # 1
While rereading our invites today (the printed version we received a few weeks ago) I noticed that we decided to go with “___ seats have been reserved in your honor.”
And then I realized, what about when we only have 1 person we’re inviting? “1 seats have been reserved” ACKKK!
What we should have put was “We have reserved __ seat(s) in your honor.”
Hindsight is 20/20 right? Anyone else realize they worded something differently than how they would have liked it?
Post # 3
Yes! Ok, so I actually DID write, “We have reserved ___ seat(s) in your honour”
What I WISH I had written is, “____ of ____ will be attending” so all the single invites didn’t feel so obviously “HEY, SEE THAT S!? IT’S NOT FOR YOU! YOU HAVE TO COME ALONE!” to me.
Oh well, no one will care in the end.
Post # 4
I did the same thing. No one noticed/cared (or at least not enough to say anything). Don’t worry, you’ll be scrutinizing them way more than anyone else. I also put the wrong last digit to our secondary hotel, but no one said a word about that, either 🙂
Post # 5
I’m sure no one will really be bothered by your wording, and that things will turn out fine. However, I personally am not a fan of any wording along those lines and have never actually seen that type of language (____ of ____ seat(s) have been reserved in you honour) on an invitation/response card except on WeddingBee. I am just wondering when it actually became popular, since most of the bees now seem to use it.
Post # 6
It’s all good. Nobody will notice.
Post # 7
@Brielle: Hmm, I have no clue! That’s a lot of the wording I saw on here so I thought it was just standard RSVP card language lol
Post # 8
Haha! I did the same thing!!! Oh well, we only have 4 guests without a plus one, I’ll live. 🙂