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The assumption is that they are not coming to the wedding and tracking them down can be viewed as manipulative or pushy.
On the other hand, too many of us have seen weddings where guests who did not RSVP and so catering and seating were decided based on the assumption.
And those guests show up exclaiming, “I thought you knew I’d come.” As if hosts are psychic and can read minds.
The egregious faux pas in this story is the creation of a Facebook chat group thus exposing everyone on it as being the rude wedding guests who havn’t RSVPed yet.
The bride then had to write a response hoping not to offend anyone but that only the children of interstate guests and the bridal party were invited due to high travel and accommodation costs at that time of year.
She also hoped that local guests would be able to find a babysitter for one night but if it was a problem then we could ‘work something out’.
For a number of reasons I was going to politely decline.
You shouldn’t have to track down invited guests who did not RSVP.
If you have track them down, do it privately either private message, email or phone call.
Three weeks before the wedding is probably too premature to be tracking down RSVPs.
This also caused problems for the happy couple as the conversation thread had responses where some people confirmed they would be coming along with their children.
The bride had indicated to me it was just DH and I invited, not my kids.
I’m not sure how wide-spread Teacher Appreciation Week is, but that time has arrived here in the United States.