Post # 1
I know I am working on a lot of things early, But I am planning a HUGE fundraiser like a month and a half before my wedding. I am trying to get things that I can get taken care of done. So then when the time comes I can hit print and they are done.
I am making address labels, So then I don’t have to hand write them. I was thinking would it be wrong to make little ones, for the RSVP envelops and put them on the envelopes. This way I know who is RSVPing to me? Or would that be wrong/ over stepping boundaries? I just see a lot of people doing things with invisible pens and things to know who people are.
Post # 3
I’m really not sure about this one, but I am curious to see what other Bees say. As a guest, I would personally love it if the bride did that for me, less work to RSVP.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@ffemt: I took the invisible pen route, depending on what you’re doing for RSVPs they’re normally small so I think two address labels might look odd. And honestly, I didn’t even NEED to do the invisible pens, as no one RSVPd without writing their name on it. And if they do you can work using process of elimination when you get other RSVPs back.
Post # 5
Yeah, I stuck a little number on the back of RSVP cards that corresponded with the recipient, but no one responded without a name on the line.
However, some people sent their RSVP back and placed their own return address label on the envelope. It didn’t look bad. If you’d like to put labels on them, it’s not a problem, but I’m just not sure if you *need* to. 🙂
Post # 6
We’re planning on adding a code to each RSVP card to allow people to RSVP online. So, with the code we can always figure it out backwards.