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How do you RSVP via email?

You can send an email to the sender with RSVP protocol, which saves time and money, depending on the instructions in the invitation, and indicate the following: “RSVP, regrets only” or simply “regrets only”, which is a popular modern variation that implies, “If you don’t reply, that will be taken as an acceptance.”

How do you politely say RSVP?

For a formal invitation, use “The favor of a reply is requested by May 6.” For an informal invitation, you can say, “Please reply by May 6” or “Kindly respond by May 6.”

How do you respond to an invitation?

  1. If you have accepted the invitation, you will either want to thank your host as soon as you join the celebration or event, or perhaps you will wait until the end of the event to do so.
  2. I appreciate the invitation.
  3. Thank you for inviting me.
  4. Thank you for having me / us.
  5. I had a wonderful time.

Is it OK to say thanks for the invite?

In standard English usage, it’s more correct to say, “thanks for the invitation,” or, “thanks for inviting me.” To say, “thanks for the invite,” is not correct because “invite” is a verb and, in when it comes to invitations, you’re thanking the person for the act of “inviting” (gerund) or for the invitation, itself.

How do you say yes on an invitation?

How to Say Yes

  1. Thank you.
  2. Thanks for the invitation.
  3. That is so kind of you.
  4. Thanks for thinking of us.
  5. That sounds great.
  6. How wonderful!
  7. Awesome!
  8. How fun!

How do you express gratitude on an invitation?

Sample Sentences

  1. It is a great pleasure to receive your invitation.
  2. Thank you for your invitation.
  3. How nice to receive such a happy news and your invitation. ADVERTISEMENTS:
  4. It is my privilege to have received your ‘Invite’.
  5. My compliments on the happy occasion and thanks for the invitation.

How do you respond when someone invites you for dinner?

To accept an invitation to an informal party / dinner, you can write: “Thanks for your invitation / invite. I’d love to come.” “Thank you for inviting me to dinner.