RSVP for Naija Wedding Ke? LaiLai

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Zegzy
June 9, 2011 at 2:17 pm

Free for all? Heck No. Who is going to foot the bill when the wedding is over and we are soaking garri? Nigerians need to understand that weddings are EXPENSIVE so please don’t be upset when you are not invited or not allowed in because u did not RSVP. To those who go to weddings without an invitation, shame on you!

Chris
June 13, 2011 at 4:50 pm

A lot of people will crash the wedding if its free for all. I think RSVP is still the best route to go. Unless that individual is RICH then why not free for all…..

Nutella
June 14, 2011 at 10:21 am

My wedding is in September this year and it is strictly by invitation. Once guests RSVP (we will call them up if they refuse to RSVP), they will be assigned table numbers. We don’t want to have a sea of strangers or people who mean nothing to us at our wedding. And on top of that, we wont be incurring debts or stressing our economy because of uninvited/unwanted guests. And our families are in support of this.
Maybe this needs to be the norm in Nigeria so that young couples who want to get married can do so with minimal stress. How does a couple just starting out life cater to 500 guests or more? Not happening in my case.

    admin
    June 16, 2011 at 12:29 am

    Congrats Nutella on your upcoming big day! I feel you but you know why do we have to call people up? I mean, what’s so wrong is them RSVPing themselves. The same happened to people I know. First you send them RSVP, next thing, you are calling around to see their response. Some people will be in for it one day when they fail to RSVP (no one calls them up) and are denied entry into the wedding venue. I want to be there when such happens, LOL.

    500 guests is a lot. I want a small wedding in my case (destination wedding too!) but no way am I catering to 500 guests except someone wants to pay for my wedding!!! 😀

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Miss D
December 5, 2011 at 7:27 am

lol. In Nigeria, if you invite 1000, cater for 2000, especially if you are in Lagos and you are apopular jingo. Many people are chosing destination weddings and other such things. some people outrightly bounce univited guests.

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