This wedding guest tracker includes the names of guests, invites sent, confirmed attending, and confirmed not attending. Perfect for keeping your guest list number in mind!
Download my Wedding Tracker here!
I am extremely Type A and planning is my JAM! Throughout our wedding planning process, I had multiple Google Docs and Sheets that we used to keep everything organized. One of my favorite Sheets came as a freebie from Botanical Paper Works. I found this as a pin on Pinterest, of course! This freebie is a great tool to use when keeping track of your guest list – who you’ve invited and who has RSVP’d!
I totally recommend checking it out. Their tracker includes the name(s) of guests, invites sent, confirmed attending, and confirmed not attending. Perfect for keeping your guest list number in mind!
I used this tracker and did as it instructs, each time you receive an RSVP update the spreadsheet to keep track of your numbers. But then as the weeks drew closer, we had to give our final numbers for each plate since we were having a seated brunch. This tracker had proved so useful throughout our planning process, I decided to keep it but switch the formulas up a bit. I replaced the invites sent, attending, and not attending with our food options: Chicken & Waffles, Steak & Eggs, and Spinach Portobello Mushroom. Then when I needed to know how many plates of each we needed, I just had to open my spreadsheet.
To use my Wedding Tracker simply click the link to download the Excel file and get to work! Update the info with your wedding date and food options. Then input your guests and which food option they selected on their RSVP card. The formulas are already embedded in the spreadsheet, so as you add guests and their selections the numbers will update!
Since I had multiple wedding planning spreadsheets, I converted them all into Google Sheets and had them placed in different tabs within my general Wedding Planning spreadsheet – that way all my spreadsheets were together!
Wondering what other documents and spreadsheets I had? I’ll share them with you in the coming weeks, but for a sneak peek I’ll fill you in a little bit. I kept my vendor research organized using Sheets, as well as my vendor contact list, seating charts, and thank you notes!