Friday, January 30, 2009

Wedding RSVP's

Soon brides’ all over the country will begin to send out the invitations to their upcoming wedding. After the wedding invitations go out, brides anxiously wait for the RSVP’s to come in. I can relate to feeling of waiting for the mail to come each day to see who will be coming to the wedding. This can be a exceptionally exciting time during the planning process. However, there are times when a bride may receive a RSVP back with no name written on it. This happens all the time! How are you to tell who it is from? You can certainly look at the marks from the post office to see where it came from but what if you have multiple guests in that area. To make sure this does not happen to you, you can assign each guest a number and then write the number in one of the lower comers of the card before you mail the invites. Then if you receive a card back with no name, you are easily able to see who the invite came from. I know I don’t like the look of a number written in pen or pencil on RSVP card, so I recommend you use a black light pen. This is inconspicuous to the eye and will not detract from the RSVP.