Yes, the additional wedding events can be added in as separate questions. However, the automatic statistics on number of guests attending, not attending and awaiting reply will only be calculated for your main wedding event.

Yes, we have the option of setting additional questions to “private”, in which you can select which guests will be asked the question when they rsvp.

Common additional response questions include “Do you have any food allergies?”, “Will you be attending our rehearsal dinner?”, “Will you be attending our ceremony?” and “What song will get you dancing on the dance floor?”.

No, we do not do any printing.

It is up to you how you want to provide this information to your guests. The most common way is to mail out an rsvp card that states your rsvp website url and the passcode to login. You could also email this information to your guests. If you do not have unique passcodes for your guests, you can simply link to your rsvp website from your main wedding website.

Yes, we can remove the passcode from your site, so your guests would only have to enter their first and last name to login. This will work as long as none of your guests have the exact same first and last name! However, beware this could affect the security of your website if your guests are able to easily login as each other.

By logging in to your admin section, you will be able to see everyone’s response, meal choice, comments, etc. all in one place! You can see an example of what it will look like here. Please contact us if you would like to see a demo of the admin section and we will set you up with an account.

Yes. An original domain name is any original url that you want for your rsvp website. For example, www.ryanandlisaswedding.com would be an original domain name. If you do not want to pay extra for an original domain name, you can use our domain, such as www.ryanandlisa.myweddingrsvp.ca for free! Please contact us for more information on your original domain name.

Yes. In the admin section, there is an “export attendees” button. This will export a .csv file, which can be opened with Microsoft excel.