- 8 years ago
Just be warned LOTS of people wont know what the M is for and you will get lots of no names. I did we have reserved ___ seats in your honor
I don’t know–I think that “solo”/”plus one” line is going to confuse a lot of guests. I would at least put “we have reserved X seats” but you might think about changing it instead to something like “__ of __ attending” and fill in the second blank to be sure they understand how many seats are reserved.
I haven’t done mine yet, obviously, since my wedding is so far off still, but that’s what I’m leaning towards. People seem to get very confused very easily!
I always assumed you knew by how the envelope is addressed how many people are invited.
If it says “Mr. John Doe”, it’s 1
If it says “Mr. John Doe and Guest”, it’s 2
I’ve never seen a response card where they tell you how many people are invited…
That wording seems confusing.
We put “_ seats have been reserved in your honor” on our RSVP cards. No one was confused. We also numbered the back of our RSVP cards so we could figure out who a card belonged to if it came back blank.
We have the “We have reserved _ Seat(s) in your honor…. just makes it easy for everyone. Makes it clear for people who might not understand otherwise.
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