Post # 1
Mrs. Ladyfingers invitations inspired our invites and I’m quite excited about them! I’d love it if you would let me know what you think and how it can be improved before I submit it to catprint for a proof. Fonts, colors, wording okay?
Everyone will get the invite and the insert with the website info/online rsvp info. Only those who aren’t big internet users will get the mail-in rsvp card (just a handful of guests in this category). The image on the web info insert card is of the location where we will have the ceremony so long as it doesn’t rain.
Post # 3
Is it a more formal wedding? If so you might want to use five o’clock in the evening.
and it shouldn’t be September 8th. It should be September 8. It’s 8th only if phrased as 8th of September
(sorry – that’s a personal pet peeve of mine)
I’m not sure you need all three lines on the RSVP? It seems redundant.
I love the design!
Post # 4
thanks! i’m aiming to make it not too formal a wedding even though my groom insists on wearing a tux – that’s why i’m calling it an afternoon wedding. And thanks for the date fix – I’m happy to now know the difference! As for the RSVP, should I maybe say
___Joyfully Accepts, Number Attending: ___
___ Regretfully Declines
or how do I ask how many people are coming in their party?
Post # 5
To me it seems like you would do either
___ joyfully accept
___ regretfully decline
number attending ________
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2012 - Sundy House in Delray Beach, Florida
Cute design! I like really them! I handled my rsvp cards the same way: I listed the responses (accepts, declines) with little lines for them to check, then beneath that I asked for the number attending. They came out cute and will provide me with all the info I need!!