RSVP is a spin-off line of Groovy Girls from 2008-2009. They were created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Groovy Girl dolls.
List of RSVP characters Edit
GroovyGirls.com's domain name was redirected to GroovyGirlsRSVP.com in 2008 to coincide with the release of the first wave of these dolls. The website, however, remained the same, except for the fact that you could now download short songs by entering a "secret code" (similar to the ones seen in Webkinz or TY Girlz, other toys with interactive websites at the time) located in the inside of the doll's tag. Only the RSVP girls produced in 2008 had songs to download, though.
In 2010, the domain name "GroovyGirlsRSVP.com" redirected back to GroovyGirls.com, as the doll line was discontinued.
- RSVP stands for "Respect, Self-Expression, Values, and Play" in this case.
- The dolls came out in November 2008.
- Lakinzie is the only RSVP doll still sold in stores today, but she doesn't have her RSVP tag in modern re-releases.
- The RSVP girls' song downloads are still available from the Manhattan Toy site, but they cost a dollar.