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Anyone have this problem with their boarding pass invites??

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#1 june11bride

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    Posted 13 March 2011 - 06:30 PM

    Ok so I did the common boarding pass invites. Everyone loved them. I had one of the tickets as the return ticket for them to send back as an RSVP. It said all of the common info such as how many are coming, travel time, etc. However, nowhere on it does it say for them to put their names. Now I'm freaking out. I got one back and I have no idea who it is from becuase the person did not put the return address on the envelope they send back. Was I supposed to do that??!! Has anyone else had this problem? It seems like my RSVP cards might be completely useless if I dont know whose I am getting back!

    Happily married on June 11th 2011 to the best husband in the world!

    #2 skp1

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      Posted 15 March 2011 - 05:56 AM

      I've definitely heard about this problem on message boards - I think its fairly common.  I put a line item for names so I have been OK so far (knock on wood).  But I have noticed about half the people are not putting return addresses on their RSVP envelopes.  I've never heard of couples having to put the that on the envelopes - I mean these are going to adults - they know how the mail works.  Not sure what the solution is for you.  I guess at the deadline, maybe you'll be able to figure it out by process of elimination.  if not, some e-mails/phone calls will be in order :)  I saw one suggestion a while back (which I was too lazy to do) was to hand write a small number in the corner of each RSVP and correspond that with the guest list.  Then if someone didn't put their name, you'd be bale to cross reference the number.

      Steph & John........Atlantis.......June 18, 2011......happily married

      #3 Brandy

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        Posted 15 March 2011 - 06:17 AM

        I had this same issue, but I only had one returned that way and it was someone who wasnt going so I wasnt too worried about it, but I learned my lesson and on my AHR invites I numbered all the rsvp cards so if they didnt put their name on the card I would know who it was.

        #4 miss_delerium

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          Posted 15 March 2011 - 09:29 AM

          I numbered each one (just a small handwritten number on the back) so I could match up the number to a chart and figure out who it was from and I'm SOOOOO glad I did, because I got a LOT back with no names on them, despite there being a space to write your name!


          I learned from sending out invites that people are MEGA lazy, and either don't respond at all, or don't even bother to write their name on the response card!

          #5 ANGELA2013

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            Posted 13 January 2012 - 02:05 PM

            I love the idea of putting numbers on the back!!!

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