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Do you let the party child's mum know that your child can go to the part?

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colie Thu 11-Jun-09 22:08:11

Dd1 gave out the invites for her 7th birthday party on monday (two weeks notice given). Noone has got back to me. I have to pay for the final number on tuesday 16th, venue has said they need all the money that day as they are buying the food in.

I am paying alot of money and don't want to end up paying for kids who do not go.

Would it look rude if I ask some of the mums I see in the playground if their kids can make it?

Wheelybug Thu 11-Jun-09 22:09:48

No you would not look rude - they are rude not to reply. Hound them.

SlartyBartFast Thu 11-Jun-09 22:10:02

not rude at all,
they are being rude not responding.
but you are quite right to ask them.. just so you know

Meglet Thu 11-Jun-09 22:10:49

i'd chase them up and ask them nicely. some of them will be so busy they will have forgotten to rsvp, whereas some others are just bad mannered. i always rsvp despite being a bit un-organised in most areas of my life.

Hulababy Thu 11-Jun-09 22:11:29

I always RSVP as soon as possible, usually the next school day. I know if I left it longer I may forget.

Sadly some people do forget and some simply don't bother replying even if hey are coming. I would chase them up - ask parents int he playground. If they say anything just explain that the venue need numbers.

colie Fri 12-Jun-09 13:48:02

Thanks ladies. Two out of 13 have now replied. Will go hounding on monday!!

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