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#11 starchild

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    Posted 13 June 2008 - 09:15 PM

    For future brides if getting rsvp cards is a strain on the budget I say don't bother! Have them email or do it on your website, you'll probably get the same amount of replies either way (although it is cool to get some back in the mail).

    My mom, MOH, and a BM didn't rsvp because they thought the card was cute and wanted to save it...lol Then there were those who gave the "you know I'm coming" line...then there were those who sent the card back with a "yes" and didn't end up coming...don't get me started. Guests can be very rude!

    #12 Kat81

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      Posted 13 June 2008 - 09:22 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by starchild
      For future brides if getting rsvp cards is a strain on the budget I say don't bother! Have them email or do it on your website, you'll probably get the same amount of replies either way (although it is cool to get some back in the mail).

      My mom, MOH, and a BM didn't rsvp because they thought the card was cute and wanted to save it...lol Then there were those who gave the "you know I'm coming" line...then there were those who sent the card back with a "yes" and didn't end up coming...don't get me started. Guests can be very rude!
      Agreed! I am really glad I didn't send them out. I still haven't got many RSVP's but still I am glad I didn't spend the extra money!

      #13 azhuskergirl

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        Posted 13 June 2008 - 09:24 PM

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        Originally Posted by LadyCheese
        I juist really wonder if I should send out RSVP cards after all! That stinks that you put so much effort into stuff and people disregard. We do have a website and several peopler RSVPd there, so I wonder if I need to send those cards bc they may think "we already RSVPd". grrrr. what to do? I feel your frustration though!
        I didn't include RSVP cards in mine mainly because our wedding will be so small & we already know who's coming. I figured why add more paper to the landfill.

        #14 JennyK

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          Posted 13 June 2008 - 09:41 PM

          I'm dreading the RSVPs.............

          #15 blkladylaw

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            Posted 14 June 2008 - 06:17 AM

            My deadline is July 1st. Out of 60 invites I have about 7 RSVPs returned and 1 RSVP via the wedding website (which I mentioned as an option on the RSVP card). And 2 people (with 3 guests!) RSVP'd on the wedding website that heard about it but were not invited!
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            #16 Copita

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              Posted 14 June 2008 - 09:27 AM

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              Originally Posted by Maura
              i started telling my guests who havent rsvp but are coming that if they dont officially rsvp with their meal choice on our website, they wont be eating dinner at our reception!
              I'm dreading the RSVPs.............
              LOL

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by blkladylaw
              My deadline is July 1st. Out of 60 invites I have about 7 RSVPs returned and 1 RSVP via the wedding website (which I mentioned as an option on the RSVP card). And 2 people (with 3 guests!) RSVP'd on the wedding website that heard about it but were not invited!
              Oh, Lord. Don't even get me started... I cannot tell you how many people wanted to come,friends of friends that I've never met. People kept wanting to invite people I've never met and eventually I put my foot down and said, It's a wedding, not a PARTY. So, No! LOL
              Granted, the vacation is one thing, but the wedding is entirely different. And who wants people they've never met at their wedding?!

              But yeah, those RSVPs are so annoying!




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