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    I always RSVP by the date. Normally with a card.
    However recently I have received a couple of invites to events that are in 6-7 months.. Understandable if they were interstate but they are not.
    I have no idea how I am going to be with a 2-3 month old baby or even how the rest of my pregnancy will go. My intention is to get grandma to be to baby sit and dp and i to go to the event, but as its our first child I have no idea how smoothly that will go lol.
    I intend to get dp to talk to them about it as we are going to need some flexibility in the RSVP time.

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    I rsvp whenever I get around to it. If it's ringing or txt msging- I don't like to call people before 9am or after 6pm- thus only leaves me to ring while at work and for me to rsvp would require me to remember to bring the invite with me. Sometimes it takes me a good week or 2 to remember to take the invite into work with me.

    If it's a mailed rsvp, than I have to remember to go to the post office.

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    I always rsvp before the date. I hate when people don't rsvp, its so rude!

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    I keep the invite on the fridge so I can't forget to rsvp. I have in the past called to say I'm a maybe, but will get in contact closer to the date to give a definite answer.

    We've only done one birthday party so far but out of 10 invites only 1 rsvp'd. I was a bit annoyed as I wasn't sure how much to prepare. It wouldn't have been hard to either text me or come up at school.



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