Get more from your guestlist
Fabulous features to help you build a great guestlist
At the heart of your wedding are your guests, so having a powerful guestlist to invite, collate and collaborate on is an essential part of the planning journey.
There are two ways to add guests. In your left-hand menu, open the “guestlist” page
1) Adding individuals:
Quick add by selecting “Add new+” at the bottom of the table
Use the "New guest" button in the top right to open the guest profile
Adding an email or phone number is recommended to identify the guest when they RSVP
2) Import an existing CSV file:
Choose import and upload your file. We'll attempt to match the column names, emails and phone numbers and if you spot any that are mis-matched, simply update it to the correct destination column.
Importing will always add rows as new guests, if you're importing more than once be mindful of duplicates
Guests imported are added as individuals, you may wish to group them into households after importing (see households)
(Coming soon) If your list already includes information other than contact details, you'll be able to create custom columns as part of the import experience
If a guest tries to RSVP and we cannot identify them with their phone number or email in the guestlist, they will be flagged to you as “unknown.” You will be able to merge them with an existing guest (in case they are using another email/phone number), add as a new guest, or ignore.
Guests grouped in a household can RSVP for each other. Households don't necessarily have to share an address, but they should have a close relationship for example a family, partners, or a plus-one.
When a guest RSVPs on behalf of the household we'll send everyone a copy of their responses — there's no "head of the house", everyone has equal access and can update their responses at anytime. To create a household, select two or more guests and press "make household" in the toolbar. To remove someone from a household, open the profile of a guest who should be in the household – at the bottom of their profile you may add or remove guests from the household.
To add a plus one to a guest, open the guest profile and scroll down to "plus ones". Here you can add a guest. All the fields are optional, so don't worry if you're not sure what their name is. When your guest RSVPs, they'll also be asked to include their plus-one's information.
Tags are a powerful way to group guests into broader categories, such as how you know them, their role, or what events they're invited to.
Tagging your guests also allows you to customise which questions they can see in their RSVP (please note: this only works if you have added their contact information (either email or phone) and it matches when they RSVP). We've provided some common tags but feel free to create your own and be as specific as you like!
Guestlist columns <-> RSVP responses
Columns with a sparkle icon are connected to your RSVP questions and light up purple when they are visible to guests. When you create a new wedding, some common questions are already set-up for you.
When your guests start their RSVP, we'll check your guestlist and attempt to identify them using their email address or phone number. Don't worry, anyone not on the list or using different contact information will be sent to you for review and if the contact details match, their responses will automatically sync into the correct rows.
Hide and Reorder Columns
Feel free to hide any columns that are not needed, or to reorder them into something that works better for you!
Visualise your guest data in groups by selecting "visualise" in each column. This is handy for summing up total number of meals or guests attending.
Export into CSV
You can export your guest list at any time by selecting the "export" option (top right of guestlist).