"I LOVED these RSVP cards the minute I saw them. I think the way RSVP is written across the top with the roses is just so pretty and perfect for a romantic event. My fiance, on the other hand, did not realize that the script at the top read RSVP until I explained it to him. Once he understood, he loved them too! I changed a few things on this RSVP to make them more clear. - First, I changed the "M" to "Guest(s)", because I was afraid my 20-something year old friends would not understand what the "M" meant (even though I know it means Mrs/Ms/Mr). - I added an additional line for menu options, as I will be having 4 menu options at my wedding (beef, chicken, fish, vegetarian). I had to ask a Wedding Paper Divas consultant for help, but they got this done very quickly (in less than an hour!). - We also had guests "initial" instead of "indicate" their menu choice so we knew which menu option each guest wanted. We changed the line for guests accepting to "number accepting with pleasure", so it was clear who was bringing a guest and who was not. Maybe we went a little overboard on making sure that our RSVP cards were clear, but with such young guests who hadn't been to a wedding before coming to our wedding, we wanted to make sure RSVP cards were clear."
"I love this rsvp card! The rsvp scrawled across the top adds a little bit of flair that makes the card elegant. My biggest disappointment was with the M for the Mr. and Mrs. line. Most of the fonts which you could choose from were too large for the text area. I only had a few that fit that I liked, so that limited the options. However, that's a small issue. The rest of the card was great. I didn't have meal choices, and the designers edited the card perfectly to accommodate the change."
"Matches the invitation perfectly, and the script "RSVP" headline is simple and elegant. I re-ordered a new batch of RSVP cards, and noticed the print didn't match the print on the invitations (slightly darker ink). Not a huge deal, but my eye could notice. I'd recommend ordering (or re-ordering) RSVP and invitations together. Seems obvious now."