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Last updated: 13 Apr, 2012
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Posted: 13 Apr, 2012
by vegasgroom.
Updated: 13 Apr, 2012
by vegasgroom.

What we did, which worked, was to address each invite to the guests who were invited, or to an invitee and guest since we gave every single guest a +1.  On the RSVP cards, there were two M______  lines with a meal choice under each one, no number of guests or anything like that which an invitee could fill in with more than intended; they'd have to be pretty blatant to bring more than the invited number and fortunately no one did.

However, credit to lsvensson for this tip from TK, an even better way to do this, if you're concerned about guests over-inviting, is have your RSVP cards printed with something along the lines of "We have reserved ___ seat(s) in your honor" and then write in the number as you fill each envelope.  It would take a pretty bold guest to overwrite your number with a new one. 

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