A cute, non-aggressive, way to remind your guests to send those errant RSVPs #Invitation advice#invitations#printables#rsvp September 27 2011 | Guest post by Candy Cyanide Oh the RSVP drama llama — I don't have a cure-all, BUT I do have a cute, playful, non-aggressive way to get some those errant RSVPs from your professional procrastinator guests! Related Post Use Facebook to "shame" your guests into RSVPing Okay okay, we don't really advocate Facebook shaming. And we totally think Facebook sucks, especially when you're getting married. BUT(!) Tribesmaid stephanienjer did you use... Read more Just customize this gentle reminder letter, email it to your guests who haven't responded yet, and include the link where they can RSVP. If you aren't doing online RSVPing, then edit to include your RSVP address, and remind them the deadline is coming up. Do this when it's a week or two before the date — that way if they still aren't responding, then you can say you've already warned them and can get a little more aggressive if need be. If you want to use this exact sign template, click on the photo below and save it in the full size. I printed these on cardstock — I would not use regular paper. In fact I'd love to "do this right" with a wooden sheet all artsy and cute. If you think you might have a few procrastinators, you might want to use these signs for a couple shots during the engagement shoot. Or, if you like the template, but would want to change the wording or font, you can download the Word doc here and get to reminding! What if wedding guests don't RSVP? (With copy 'n' paste messages to send!) So you're down the wire with only a month left before your wedding date, and you still have a third of your guests who haven't RSVPed? Here's what to do,… Read More 3 ways to chase down RSVPs from lazy guests I'm five weeks out from my wedding, and I'm still missing about 30% of my RSVPs. We won't get into why it's so hard for people to send in a… Read More De-stress your RSVP process by using this literary magazine secret Something I see all the time is people sighing/complaining/fretting because their RSVP date has come and gone, yet only 50 of the 200 people invited have RSVPed at all. Thankfully,… Read More Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Candy Cyanide I'm a psychology and art major at Central New Mexico Community College, I hope to transfer to UNM next year or maybe after the craziness of the wedding, I want to be an Art Therapist, I want to write/illustrate children's books to help kids understand that their parents' mental illnesses isn't their fault. PREVIOUS Zoe & Zach's puppet show park wedding NEXT One-of-a-kind wedding ceremonies & handfastings from WorldTree Community Show/Hide comments [ 7 ] This is an adorable and fabulous idea! Reply These are so cute and such a great nice way to gently remind people to RSVP! Reply Brilliant idea! I haven't sent our invitations out yet (the wedding is slightly over a year away), but I hear people on the Tribe talk a lot about not having people RSVP. So I'm sure I will be using this when the time comes! Love how it is sent through email so there isn't any paper wasted or postage paid. Also the link suggestion makes it easy for most people to respond. Thanks for sharing! Reply OMG Thank you! I just used this on all my facebok friends! And now to attack relatives' emails! Reply Just used this for my forgetful non-RSVPers and got responses from all of them within a day! Thanks so much for the cute idea!!! Reply I love this idea! Do you know of any good RSVP websites? Helllppp! Reply Our RSVP is just a form made from Google Docs which is SUPER simple. You do have to have a google account, which I highly recommend anyway. Google Drive is one of my favorite web tools. Step by step instructions: http://offbeatbride.com/google-docs-wedding-rsvp/ …and a VERY simple sample RSVP form that you can copy/save if you want! http://goo.gl/forms/MGNVx6Y6U0 Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.