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RSVP Etiquette: How to Best Respond to Invitations

You have landed on this web page because you probably have received an invitation that included a birthday party, dinner party, wedding, christening or other occasions which included as RSVP request. Is this your first time receiving an RSVP request and you don’t have a clue how to proceed? If you are planning to held a special event like a dinner party or your child’s christening and your plan will be based on the number of attendees, then you need to include a RSVP request with your invitation. As the person being invited, the proper etiquette is sending it back with an acceptance or decline response as soon as you know whether you can attend or not. Non-response will make it harder for the host to plan and to keep you off from the future guests lists.

The abbreviation RSVP refers to the French Phrase respondez s’il vous plait”, and in English it means to “please respond”. Whatever occasion it is, responding promptly will enable the host to plan on the number of plates, amount of food, drinks and other important things needed for the event without ordering on excess. Invitations requesting a RSVP will let the sender know if the invited guest will attend the event or not. If you receive a RSVP, all you need to do is to first read it and check the instruction on how to go about it. Usually, formal invitations include a small card that just needs to be filled out by the invited guest and it is mailed back to the sender in the enclosed envelope. reply instructions are included and many formal invitations with RSVP requests include a telephone number or email address of the sender. Since we are now living in the digital world, the creation of RSVP request electronically is becoming increasingly popular, allowing you to create your own RSVP request and design your own save the date. Using the electronic method, the person invited may receive a text or email with instructions to visit a site or email back where you can just click the “accept” or “decline” button. Electronic methods are faster and easier, saving so much time and money for the sender and you won’t have to worry mailing it back.

RSVP invitations with “Regrets only” means that if a person invited won’t be able to attend the event, he should follow the instructions included on the invitation to inform the host, otherwise failure to respond means that the person invited will attend the party. You have to remember that as an etiquette, you are obliged to attend the party if you already accepted or stated you will be there because it’s really rude or bad canceling or changing a RSVP unless if you really have a valid reason for doing so like sickness of death in the family. In terms of bringing guests, there will also be instructions as to how many guests are you allowed to bring.

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