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
March 29, 2012Nice Response Card
"The response cards complemented the Vivid Frame invites we purchased (in the turquoise color). What I liked most about this was the excellent customer service we received. We are doing a buffet at our reception, so we didn't need the menu choices. When you personalize online, you can't preview the card without this, so I used the Live Chat and instantly talked with a CSR who explained that they would remove these lines from the card and center the rest of the text. When we received our proof via email, the proof looked perfect and they arrived just as we expected. I would definitely recommend these, and if you are ever in doubt use the Live Chat! They are so helpful."