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Best advice someone gave me that helped a ton, NUMBER your rsvp cards because some people write a note where they should put their name and you have no idea who it is! Once you get them back in the mail, go into your excel spreadsheet and mark them coming or not coming. Then you also dont have to worry about losing the cards and you can easily tell who still owes you one! (For the OCD planner in me)

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Number your RSVPs! Smartest advice I saw on Pinterest for wedding planning! Number the bottom of the RSVP card and log who has which number on a spreadsheet. Easiest way to track who still owes you an RSVP. When you don't get them back (and there will be many that you won't, its just how it goes) you know exactly who to confirm with. GENIUS!!!

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Wedding Tip: Rid Yourself of Response Card Nightmares. Discreetly number each RSVP card before mailing and mark them off when they return. Then, you know exactly who has not responded :)

For those of you who haven't yet sent your RSVP cards out, NUMBER THEM, and give corresponding numbers to your guest list. You will be shocked by the number of people who send an RSVP card just marked "yes" without any hint as to who the hell is responding. You can thank us for the numbering system later, after you've made note of which of your friends and relatives struggle with, well, logic.