You may think that the hardest part about wedding invitations will be narrowing down your guest list. Once you’ve decided whether or not to send an invite to your second cousin two states over and you lick the last envelope you would think you could kick up your heels and relax, waiting for the RSVP cards to come rolling in. But one of the most frustrating parts about planning a wedding is actually figuring out who is attending. From RSVP’s with no guest number listed to excited parents who decide to bring the entire family to nameless cards mailed back, a bride can go nuts trying to figure out the final count.
One simple way to solve the problem of blank RSVP cards mailed back is to tap into your sneaky side. With a simple invisible ink pen you can write the name of the guest on the top of the card Before you send it out and if Aunt Susan forgets to sign her name and mails it back with a guest count but no trace of the guest, a simple shine under a bright light will reveal who the RSVP belongs to. A small touch that can save hours of stress as you try to arrange your seating plan.
Having bigger issues with your guest count/seating plan? September’s Bride offers planning services for frazzled brides from full wedding coordination to partial assistance to day of or even hourly; we can aid you in any part of your wedding ventures.
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