Post # 1
Most of our friends and family got their invitations either Wednesday or Thursday of last week and we are already getting r.s.v.p. back!! That is amazing, I have to admit I am the worst at sending r.s.v.p. in on time. I think putting a stamp on the envelope makes a big difference. As simple as it might seem not a lot of people have stamps lying around the house, so since we had the envelopes already stamped it was much more convenient for them.
And so far they are all YES’s, although we are about 75 people over what we thought we were going to have (thanks to both of our parents) so hopefully and I am sure there will be some NO’s. We just made sure we were very selective when we made our list so we will have about 95% of the people on our list coming.
How long did it take ya’ll to get all your R.S.V.P.’s in?
Post # 3
I sent mine out the 27th of July and I’ve been getting at least one RSVP a day since. It’s exciting!
Post # 4
Yay- it must be exciting! Has it sunk in yet? Mine is still so far away, I’m in la-la-land.
Post # 5
I had the same thing happen… sent our invites out July 27 and started getting at least 3 rsvps a day… the first few days I got at least 5-8… it is very exciting to get them in, so I know where you are coming from!! 🙂
Post # 6
I sent mine out 4 months ago; so far everyone said yes except for 3 (2 were out of town 1 was offended I sent hers few days late)
Waiting to hear back from one more
I wouldnt have minded more no’s there were 2 add-ons and a few I didnt expect would come
just goes to show yo need to budget for every single invite no matter what peopel say about a “no” rate
guess we’re loved