Post # 1
On my RSVP card, I have
____ Seats have been reserved in your honor
I’m debating if I should have this filled out and then specify with the printer what quantity I need of each card.
90% of my guests are Two seats….
I’m just wondering if it will look nicer printed by the printer … OR if it will stand out more (and be more effective) if it’s hand written in.
Post # 3
I just wrote mine in by hand. I had a few one off’s and I didn’t want to have to seperate them out, etc. I was lazy. I just used a black pen to match the black ink 😉
Post # 4
We had our printed and it made it look very classy and put together!
Post # 5
I am going to print mine on the computer. My handwriting isn’t the best, so I think it would be better that way. We are having a formal/semi-formal wedding. If you are having a casual wedding, then I think it would be okay to just write it in. If you are inviting quite a few guests though, it would probably be easier to do it on the computer, so you don’t get carpal tunnel.
Post # 7
I’m not so worried about the manual labor involved with writing them in. I have less than 100 invites- so it’s not that bad.
I’d like it to look ‘pretty’ – but then was thinking since it’s written out (in the same printed font) that it might not stand out as much (vs. if it was handwritten)…. and people might miss it
Post # 8
We just hand wrote the number in, but wouldn’t you know it, some people crossed it out and wrote their own number! What the heck? People are amazingly rude and stupid sometimes.
Post # 9
I printed my own invites and printed it in. Has worked great so far!
Post # 10
I think handwriting it in would stand out more (people less likely to miss it!) and make it look more personalized (like it wasn’t that everyone got 2 seats, but that it personal to each invitee).