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Catered meals for weddings are expensive. If 10 or 20 people don’t show, this adds up. If the caterer has a heads-up even a week before the event, quantities and prices can be adjusted.

As wedding season approaches could you remind your readers that their presence will be missed but we don’t need the leftovers or expense. Send your regrets ahead of time.

Amy says: Sometimes people feel they’ve done their job as a guest by responding to an invitation in a timely fashion. But you raise a very important point: When plans change, notify the hosts, giving them time to adjust their head count and seating plans.

Send questions via e-mail to Amy Dickinson at askamy@tribune.com.

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