Wedding Response Cards
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.
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Customer reviews of our Unique Wedding Response Cards
August 14, 2012No Hassle
"I liked the way my response cards turned out - however, I wish I would have changed the actual response wording to show "Attending (and then the # of people)" and "Not Attending (and the # of people)." For whatever reason, I do not think many people understood the "____ of ____ will attend" at the bottom of the card."
June 21, 2012fun rsvp
"I changed the "will attend" and "will not attend" to "Can't wait!" and "will be there in spirit" and added an extra line at the bottom for guests to request their favorite song. It looked great!"
July 19, 2011Beautiful Response Card
"Customer service was so helpful in letting us change the card since we had no need for the menu choice section, instead we changed it to how many guests were coming. We are extremely happy with our choice."