Post # 1
What is the criteria for resending an invitation?
Do you send another invitation if your guest lost it? If you know they have a messy house or a crowded house and it simply got lost?
Or if they say they never got it…is that enough of a reason?
We sent out invitations about 3 or 4 weeks ago and I’ve heard from 2 people on 2 separate occasions that they never received their invitation. In one instance, Fiance said “it probably got lost… there are a lot of people living in her house and one of the kids probably moved it.”
By The Way, we have on-line RSVPing on our website as an option but I’m looking at it as more of a back up for last minute RSVPs and people we need to track down.
He told me not to resend it but I think it’s pretty rude and something we’re really unsure about. What if USPS goofed up?
Post # 3
I had a couple people say they lost it, and just called me to verbally RSVP and ask where we were registered.. life happenes, i wasnt worried about it
Post # 4
if someone didn’t receive it, ie lost in the mail, i would sent another one.
however, if the person misplaced it, then it is on them.
Post # 5
It’s likely it was lost in the mail or accidentally thrown out with other papers, stuck in between papers somewhere – basically, anything is possible. You could say that unfortuneately, you don’t have anymore invitations available and direct them to the website, where all the necessary info is stated.
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
if you have extra invites no biggy, if you dont then you have a wedding website. No biggie
Post # 7
confirm their address and resend it.
Post # 8
We had a friend who said he didn’t receive his. I confirmed his address (he lives like 10 minutes from us), and had planned on resending one this week. He ended up finding it in the back of his mail box, though.
Post # 9
@vorpalette: I think there’s something like this amiss. But I will send another one… I’m all out of $0.66 stamps so I guess I can pay for it at the post office.