Customer reviews of our Unique Wedding Response Cards
June 28, 2015Beautiful!
"I used these for my wedding invitations and kept everything as is. They were stunning! I paired them with a small gold envelope. I used two more of these cards for guest accommodation information and directions to my venue. I included all three cards in a gold pocket fold along with my invitation."
June 23, 2015Love them
"The RSVPs are beautiful! Great size and paper quality. I changed the lower text as we don't have options of entree for guests to choose, to ask about any dietary requirements. The designers were able to format it really well."
June 15, 2015Gorgeous
"Gorgeous, yet simple, RSVP cards. I opted to have our return addresses printed on the return envelopes, and the printing was beautiful. The weddingpaperdivas team worked with me to get the appropriate number of response lines, and the result was great!"
June 14, 2015Beautiful Response Card
"I made several changes to the response card which the support team helped a lot with! They are very accommodating and made my vision a reality. The card stock is durable and of good quality! No complaints here! Lucious lacing is a beautiful template and I am over the moom with my invitations."
June 14, 2015Gorgeous Card
"I fell in love with the entire set of Diamond sky cards. This response card complemented the invite extremely well. Thank you for the amazing work."
All designs in this collection are printed exclusively on Shimmer
Paper to complement its lustrous elegance. The paper’s shimmering qualities embody the sophisticated look of pure romance by lending a subtle sheen while staying true to the design.
Luxe, foil-stamped cards make your wedding invitations truly shine. Each
card has real foil elements that create a one-of-a-kind impression for your gorgeous celebration. When choosing the Pearl foil color, please note it has a translucent quality due to its ...
Our premium letterpress cards are printed on eco-luxury paper. This
“tree-free” paper is made from 100% cotton. Dating back to the 15th century, this traditional printing method creates a unique look by literally pressing the design into the paper.