Does one have to RSVP a regret for a party, even if it looks like it was a "general" invitation my child received in class (no envelope or anything and his name is not on the invitation.) Don't want to look stupid RSVPing that we can't go if this isn't the "protocol" for such things or whatever.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:23 PM on Dec. 16, 2008 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
Answer by Anonymous at 5:25 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 5:29 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
Answer by lifeasinoit at 5:32 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
Answer by TweenAndTwinMom at 5:33 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
Answer by kaycee14 at 8:04 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
It is proper etiquette to respond if there is a response number.
Answer by mistynights234 at 9:55 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
Answer by hotrodlassie at 11:25 AM on Dec. 17, 2008
Answer by mommystiebler at 12:54 PM on Dec. 17, 2008
Answer by Lizzysapisces at 6:02 PM on Dec. 17, 2008
It is polite and correct to let the parent know that you will not attend.
Sad story. We went to a birthday party last weekend. All the girls in class were invited. I called to say my daughter would be there, and we went. The mom said I was the only one that called and we were the only ones that showed! They lost a lot of money and her daughter was sad, thinking more people would come. It's courtesy to call either way.
Answer by Pnukey at 11:06 PM on Dec. 17, 2008
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