Getting together your wedding invitation can take a little time, it's a big thing to put effort into and with just a little energy and creativity you will finish all the pieces in no time. After you have focused on the main invitation it's now time to turn your attention to the wedding response cards or RSVP cards. There are several ways that you can choose to do this part and all are fully acceptable according to wedding etiquette. The first way is to enclose separate wedding response cards in a separate envelope within the invitation. This envelope should be addressed to you or the person who is in charge of RSVPs (typically the bride or the mother of the bride) and it should already be stamped. The second option is to include RSVP postcards in the place of wedding response cards, this is a good option to save on postage but again, be sure to stamp the postcard and address it. The third option is to include wedding response cards that ask your guests to RSVP by email, phone, and/or your wedding website, this option works well for those who are trying to cut wedding costs a little.
Customer reviews of our Unique Wedding Response Cards
November 8, 2013Beautifully Altered
"I loved the design of the RSVP card and it matched our invitations, but we aren't personalizing a dinner for guests - we're just catering certain foods we choose. So we didn't need the entree selections. Instead, I asked that it ask for song requests and the three lines to be numbered and blank instead of listing food choices. I also asked for a # sign to be inside the "accepts" and "declines" areas so that no one thinks to write "yes" instead of the amount. It was perfect and the designer did a wonderful job changing it to fit my needs."
September 10, 2013Fun to receive back too!
"I just loved this when I sent it out but loved it even more when I received the RSVPs back. So pretty and made me feel good getting them back. Many guests wrote how cute they were."
August 7, 2013Excellent choice!
"These response cards are great! Everything was perfect! When I sent the preview and requested a change, it was updated the same day! Great product and customer service."
July 10, 2013Changes can be made!
"Our invitations just arrived, and all the changes that the designer made were amazing! We changed the R in RSVP to match the R in "Reception to follow" of the matching invitation. Instead of having a circle next to the accept/decline, we changed it to a blank so a larger family could write how many people were coming or not. We then removed the vertical line in between accept/decline. Because we aren't having a sit-down dinner (just heavy hors d'oeuvres), instead of having entree options, we changed that to say "Song Requests:" and then added two lines underneath. We made the thickness of those lines, and the line to write guests' names thinner so that it was better differentiated from the design lines at the bottom. We changed the color to Navy, and, overall, it turned out great!"
June 24, 2013Beautiful RSVP card
"I used the gray background, which matched the invitation very well. The print fonts also match the invitations and everything worked out so well. During processing, they were able to make adjustments for me and remove any extra dash lines that I did not need to use."