I'm working on my RSVPs, and I'm thinking about doing something fun and non-traditional. I think we might get a better response rate if we do something fun.
__Will attend with bells on
__will attend, free of bells
__will attend, undecided on bells
__Will not attend, heard there will be people wearing bells
__Will not attend, regardless of bell controversy
I've also seen a Mad Lib type:
We are __________(adjetive) to hear about your upcoming nuptials!
______________(Your Name(s)) is/are ___________ (adjetive) to________________ (attend/miss) the celebration.
Don't forget to play _________________! (song title)
I've heard some older people don't get the Mad Lib thing, so I could split up and do a more traditional type for the older folks. But I'm not convinced that's really a good idea?
I think everyone would get the bells thing, right?
I don't know if it's better to have less formal wording on the invitation itself if I do something less formal for the RSVP.