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    alien_host is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
    Join Date
    Jan 2005

    Default Another b'day party RSVP question

    If we gave 4 weeks notice, would it be ok to either ask for RSVPs back in two weeks PRIOR to the party? I'd like some wiggle room so if we get a lot of declines that we can invite some other people. I just have no idea with her class if most would come or not.

    I'm not saying I have an A and B list but we are inviting DD's entire class so I am close to my limit to begin with. There are a few extra folks that I would invite if we were much below 20. And if we are below, I wouldn't be as concerned with parents that wanted to bring siblings.

    Thoughts? PS We've been invited to a bunch of parties and for the life of me can't remember when the RSVP was due. And most people gave 2-3 weeks notice, not 4 so maybe I'm sending them too early? I know the other thread said 3-4 was fine but I'm wondering if 3 is "better" than 4.

    If I did 3 weeks notice, is asking for the RSVP in 1 week to soon? TIA!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2009


    With 4 weeks notice I think an RSVP in 2 weeks is ok. That said, my guess is you might not get many.

    It seems to me like most party's ask for RSVP 1 week prior to the event.

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