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23 Examples of RSVP Regrets or Decline Wording

An average 40% of couples are engaged for 13 to 18 months. An increasing 68% of couples planned and performed their wedding celebration themselves average 10 to 15 hours a week for almost half of couples. Save the date cards have become increasingly less conventional with 42% sending magnets, 36% sending cards, and 22% sending postcards. If you are sending your own RSVP cards, creative examples of RSVP regrets and decline wording are compiled below. These are intended to inspire your own creativity and use wording that is reflective of your theme and personality.

Absolutely… Sorry.
Accepts with pleasure… Declines with regret.
Accepts… Regrets.
Aye Aye!… Nay, can’t find my sea legs.
Bags packed, ready to go… Hate to say we can’t make it.
Can’t wait… Sorry to miss it.
Deal me in… Sitting this one out.
Excited to celebrate with you… Sad to miss all fun.
In person… In spirit.
Is Joyful to attend… Regrets to decline.
Joyfully accept… Regretfully decline.
Let the good times roll… You’re going to have to carry on without me.
On board… Sorry to miss the train.
See you there… Sincerest regrets.
We accept with pleasure… We decline with regret.
We will be there to worship with you… Sorry, can’t make it but will keep them in our prayers.
We would love to help you celebrate… It is our regret that we must decline.
Will attend… Will not attend.
Will come for sure… Sorry, can’t make it.
Wouldn’t miss it for the world… Will be there in spirit.
Yay! can’t wait… Sad to miss it.
Yay… Nay.
Yes, can’t wait… Darn, wish we could.

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