The Knot offers a template that's full of features. After you've entered your guests, you can filter by groups, keep track of RSVPs, create address labels, and even use it to write your thank you notes.
You'll need to become a member of The Knot to use their template, but it's completely free and takes only a few minutes to join.
This template from FPPT is functional and also really pretty to look at.
Use the spreadsheet fields to enter guest's names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, whether they're invited by the groom or the bride, relation (friend or family), number in the invited party, and whether the invitation has been sent and the RSVP has been received.
Enter your wedding date and you'll be able to see how many days until your wedding. The template also calculates how many are attending, not attending, and how many parties haven't responded yet.
The RSVP summary sheet gives you a quick breakdown of how many are attending or declined the invitation broken down by bride and groom guests.
Use the fields in the free Excel template from Botanical Paperworks to enter the names, addresses, and phone numbers of your guests.
When your guest list is complete, you can use the template to keep track of invitations sent, replies received, the number of guests invited and attending, and those who are not attending.
As a bonus, the spreadsheet automatically tallies the days until your wedding, how many guests are invited, how many guests have confirmed, and how many have not.
Ashlyn Writes has created this free template that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
This is a complete guest list for all wedding events, each with a separate sheet so you can enter all the bride's guests, groom's guests, and also the guests for any other wedding events like the bridal shower and rehearsal dinner.
Use the headings to enter names, mailing addresses, whether the invitation has been sent or not, gifts received, and thank yous sent.
Style Me Pretty's template can be opened with Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel where you can enter your guest's information, save it, and print it out if you'd like.
The columns in this template include first name, last name, address, email address, dietary restrictions, sent save the date, sent invitation, the number of invited guests, number attending, children, rehearsal invited and attending, table number, visiting from out of town, gift description, and notes.
You'll also find some helpful tips to help you complete your list and make sometimes tough decisions on who to invite.
The template from Document Templates is really easy to use and has a very simple design.
Changing the date is a breeze because it lets you select the date from a calendar, after which the date is displayed with a fancy text on the top right.
This template lets you fill out a guest's address, relationship, seating arrangement, food choice, and gifts received. There also are sections called invited to wedding, accepted/declined, and thank you card sent.
Another template can be downloaded from Dotxes and includes columns for a name, relation, phone, email, diet restrictions, RSVP, and gift description.
Like the others from this list, Dotxes' template lets you customize the template if it's not exactly how you'd like it, such as editing the heading and column text and color as well as the image.
To download this template, you must first add it to your cart and then check out as if you were purchasing it, but it's still free. This means you'll have to include your name and email address so the download link can be sent to via email with the purchase receipt.
7 Free Wedding Templates You Can Use to Create Your Guest List
Create and track your guest list
A wedding guest list template can help you keep track of everyone you plan on inviting to your wedding. Not only will it help keep you organized, it's also a place where you can make sure no invitation or thank you note gets forgotten.
These templates can be as simple or as detailed as you like. You'll need to enter basic information such as names and addresses, and from there you can enter everything from how many children are in the party to dietary restrictions and more.
You can complement these templates with more wedding freebies and free wedding templates to help you create your own wedding invitations, favor boxes, save the date cards, programs, checklists, and websites.