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RSVP date help

We are getting ready to order our invitations but having trouble figuring out when to have the rsvp date back on the card. We have to give the final count a month before the wedding (april 14th) and can't change anything after that. We are going to send them out the first week of march so alittle over 2 months do you think that is enough time for the RSVP? Thoughts and opinions please.
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Re: RSVP date help

  • edited December 2011
    My wedding is April 30th and I am asking for RSVP's to be back on April 2nd..

    so for yours I would Say March 17th would be about 4 weeks before..
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    edited December 2011
    Where did you get the RSVP count ticker?
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  • sarahpapasarahpapa member
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    edited December 2011
    Nicole,

    Four weeks is technically proper, but I chose 5 weeks because my caterer also requires a final head count a month out, and that will give me a week to follow up with anyone I may not have heard from. The general rule is, if you do not hear from someone by the RSVP date, and you call and still cannot get a hold of them, you can conclude that they are not coming to the wedding. It's always good to have a few extra plates though just in case someone shows up! Hope this helps!
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