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RSVP on ourwedding.com website

So we are using the ourwedding.com website to have our guests RSVP and as far as I can tell, in order for it to work effectively, all the guests names have to be entered into the guest list on theknot.  There is a feature that says import guest list and they provide an excel template to use, but I haven't been able to make this work for me.  Any suggestions or help to give?  If I could not enter 300+ guest names by hand, that would be awesome.

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Re: RSVP on ourwedding.com website

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    In Response to RSVP on ourwedding.com website:
    [QUOTE]So we are using the ourwedding.com website to have our guests RSVP and as far as I can tell, in order for it to work effectively, all the guests names have to be entered into the guest list on theknot.  There is a feature that says import guest list and they provide an excel template to use, but I haven't been able to make this work for me.  Any suggestions or help to give?  If I could not enter 300+ guest names by hand, that would be awesome. Thanks!
    Posted by redshoes25[/QUOTE]

    Can you scrap using the wedding website RSVP option? It's really unreliable

    If you absolutely insist on not having RSVPs mailed to you the traditional way...have guests RSVP by phone and/or email.
  • In Response to RSVP on ourwedding.com website:
    [QUOTE]So we are using the ourwedding.com website to have our guests RSVP and as far as I can tell, in order for it to work effectively, all the guests names have to be entered into the guest list on theknot.  There is a feature that says import guest list and they provide an excel template to use, but I haven't been able to make this work for me.  Any suggestions or help to give?  If I could not enter 300+ guest names by hand, that would be awesome. Thanks!
    Posted by redshoes25[/QUOTE]


    I would really skip this idea. First of all, there are notorious glitches on the site, and you will end up running the risk of losing all of your data.

    Second, it's a wedding, even a casual wedding deserves the formality of a written invitation/rsvp, in my opinion. If you are trying to save costs/paper, use an rsvp postcard.  You can get them cheap from vistaprint, and the postage is cheaper.
  • I'm having major problems with this site. DON'T USE IT. I've heard others are better.
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