shower a few months ago. I am very happy and excited for her, her fiance', and both families.
The invitation was elegant and traditional, much the same way I anticipate the wedding will be. It contained a very important element, the RSVP card. The card is already addressed, and postage was provided. It simply requires that I write the number of attendees and our name. It is that simple. Even though she knows I will be there with bells on, the card will go out to her tomorrow.
Now, believe it or not, she is not going to receive all of her RSVP's back. Having planned two wedding events, I am sad to say that some folks do not take the time to give the family the courtesy of a response. I must put on my 'Miss Manners' hat and ask, "PEOPLE!! WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM?!!"
If you can give me one good reason why you do not respond to wedding invitations that enclose preposted cards, please do. I await your reply.