What does RSVP mean and the importance of it? Have you ever received an invitation to a wedding that included an RSVP card? When you read it, did RSVP seem foreign to you, did you ask yourself "what does RSVP mean anyway" or did you set the card to the side never to be picked up again? Ignoring an RSVP does have its consequences.
Call it ignorance or sheer boredom, but not responding to a request is considered to be a bad etiquette. It requires you to respond to the invitation that has been sent to you. Let's just say, responding to a RSVP request is more like a courtesy call than being a mere etiquette. It simply means, the person who has invited you for the occasion, would like you to confirm your presence well in advance. It has its origins in France, where etiquette seem to have originated.
They come with a response card — and self-addressed stamped envelope — that you can mail back right away. We're talking about those four little letters R. In fact, the renowned etiquette organization, the Emily Post Institute , says the biggest etiquette faux pas they hear about is guests not R.
Undoubtedly you've seen the words RSVP printed on wedding, birthday party, or similar invitations -- but do you truly know what RSVP means in English, and how these words should be interpreted? Misunderstanding can be commonplace when foreign words find themselves in mainstream English. Those of you who truly know the meaning of RSVP may leave this article, because you realize that an RSVP is a convention placed there by etiquette, good manners, and common sense.
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