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
June 21, 2011Fabulous customization
"I needed these to be customized because my caterer asked that I send out "dietary restriction" cards for guests to guide us on any important limitations. I worked with weddingpaperdivas to customize the response card to be basically blank aside from instructions, and it came out great. The images are true to life and the quality is way more than you pay for!"
June 21, 2011Buy these!
"I will be reviewing my invitations as well, but this Monogram Wreath line is FANTASTIC. The pictures here are very true to life as far as the image, and the paper is a fabulous quality. We wanted simple but elegant, formal but not pretentious, and we needed help with the wording. We didn't want to spend a lot, but we wanted a lot. They were great about customizing the response cards (we're having a buffet), and everything is awesome awesome awesome."