Hive, we're three weeks out from the wedding tomorrow, and I have something really, really big I haven't done. Something really important. That I really shouldn't be putting off.
That thing is to figure out who all is coming to this party.
I haven't gotten a ton of RSVPs—maybe 30%? Plus another 20% or so who I know are coming or who have said they're coming. That leaves... a lot of people.
Part of this may be my fault. Remember my invitation with the online RSVP on the back of the card? There have been a fair amount of people who have left the picture on the card and not slid it off to see that there's a back side. What I don't understand is the people who ask questions, I refer them to the website, they're like "Oh, there's a back to the card!" and then they still don't RSVP.
I promise to always RSVP to every single event from here forward.
I know Miss Otter just posted about her RSVP drama so... I'll just add to that post by saying &@*(@^#^. (That's as close to swearing as I'll get... but seriously!)
This is the part where I need to suck it up and call/text/Facebook people. And it needs to be done in the next week because my caterer needs a number. I decided not to do assigned seating a long time ago—so at least I don't have to worry about a seating chart.
Come on, Miss Lemur, just do it. This weekend.
Anyone else with RSVP drama? What did you find was the best way to approach people about RSVPing?