LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||13/NOV/2009 11:42 PM|
|Assunto:||Bicão [uninvited guest...]|
I think uninvited guest will do. Might have some other words for it.
Let´s wait and see.
So what do you do? While etiquette suggests that the bride and groom call any quests who have RSVP'd for more people than intended to explain the misunderstanding, this is not an easy thing to do. Some couples don't say anything at all, but feel resentful afterward. Others take the time to write every guest's name on the response card, trying to ensure that no extra guests will be tacked on. Recently, I've seen couples trying to circumvent this problem by adding the line "We have reserved ___ seats for you" to the RSVP card. What do you think of this solution? A good one, or tacky?
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