1/3 of all brides in the us hire a wedding planner
* Three quarters or more will generally attend the wedding and if there are out of town guests and the time of year just over half of those guests will attend. By receiving your RSVP from your wedding invitation you should know how many guests are coming. If you do not hear from certain people then phone or email them to ask if they are coming even though this is poor etiquette on the part of guests that do not reply.
People usually customize wedding cards with, names, and save the dates. Wedding cards are usually printed on a computer, not hand written. People also usually have box's for people to check off on whether they are coming or not.
You should return your RSVP as soon as possible so that the people will know who's coming and who's not.
About 19.8 percent of U.S. adults -- 43.4 million people -- were smokers in 2007. That was a percentage point below the 2006 figure.
Drinking wine has long been a custom of celebration. A wedding is no different. People drink to celebrate the coming together of the bride and groom.
No it certainly is not inappropriate to contact people who have not RSVP'd the bride and groom to let them know if they are coming to the wedding and it is the guests that were invited and did not reply that are extremely rude with poor etiquette. The bride has to know how many people are coming because at most weddings when dinner is served at the reception the cost is generally by the plate (meaning one plate per guest.) Contact each person that did not reply as some people who lack etiquette assume the bride or groom would know they would be coming to the wedding.
I believe the figure is 15%
The internationally agreed on figure for the percentage of homosexual is 10%. This is sometimes referred to as Kinsey's 10% figure. Recent studies by Billy et al proved that perhaps only 2-3% of people are homosexuals, a lower figure than what Kinsey proposed.
* Go to your local library and tell the librarian what you are looking for and you can go through the old newspapers where the up coming wedding may have been announced. Not all people announce their up coming wedding through the newspaper and if you have no luck there then try the court house.
The universally accepted percentage of gay people around the world is 10%. This figure was first proposed by Dr Alfred Kinsey and has since been accepted by sociologists and psychologists.
Yes, this can be considered a survey question. If you were trying to figure out what percentage of people use them.