Looking for some suggestions and opinions, ladies
1. Has anyone done this? How did it go? I am going to provide another option for the older guests - either phone or a postcard (see #2). What website did you use? Mywedding.com, the guest site for info I am using, has what looks to be like a great RSVP function, where you can enter names and meal selections, as well as a comment. I haven't found anything online that says its unreliable - but does anyone have personal experience?
2. Possible options for the older guests who don't regularly use the internet:
: we have a cell phone we don't use, only because its still under contract - so I'm thinking I could change the voicemail to something like "Thank you for calling Jenn and Greg! We hope you can join us for our wedding on September 17th. If you are unable to RSVP on our website, you may leave your information on this voicemail. Please include your full name, the full name of your guest, and whether you will or will not be attending. If you are able to attend, please also leave your choice between the following meals: beef, chicken, or vegetarian. Thank you so much for calling, and we hope to see you in September!postcard
: we could just put in a postcard into the invitations we know will not RSVP online.
3. How would you word the RSVP card in the invitation? Here's what I have so far:
____ seats are reserved in your honor
Please visit our website atwww.mywedding.com/
to respond. The link to our online RSVP is on the left.
You may also respond by phone, and follow the instructions
on the voicemail message: 612.***.****
Your reply is kindly requested before August Seventeenth.
Any additional suggestions or thoughts ladies?? TIA!!