Post # 1
I am working on my invitations, and have a website for RSVPing, directions, hotel info, etc. I was thinking of including only one insert in addition to the invite, something like:
Kindly reply by [date] on our website [websitename.com]
or by calling [phone number].
Website also contains detailed directions and hotel information.
Does this work as a single insert?
Post # 3
That totally works! We are doing something similar.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2013 - Franklin Plaza
I think that’s sufficient if everyone is RSVPing online.
We weren’t able to do that because we knew that some of our older guests would not be RSVPing online, so we had to include the RSVP cards.
Post # 5
I am a mother of the bride (and therefore older too) and tend to do things very traditionally when it comes to invitations, etc. However, we decided to do something very similar for my daughters wedding. I realized that the last few weddings I have attended as a guest gave me the option of rsvp ing online and it was soooooo much quicker and easier. I felt bad throwing the response card envelope and stamp in the trash. Why waste the Paper and postage? We did decide to include a cute “map card” in the invite as well because it is a destination wedding. I checked with the grandparent generation as well and they all wanted the website URL on the spot…they were so excited there was a website! Go for It!
Post # 6
Why do you need a separate piece of paper for hotel info and that? And if your guests are fluent in “the Internet”, why do you need to include directions?
Post # 7
@peachacid: Well I don’t think I should need a separate paper for the hotel info, I just don’t want the RSVP card to get too busy that people forget to reply =). The directions on the website could be helpful though, because I include which ramps to park in etc. I always find myself looking for that information on other people’s websites, especially when visiting a new city.
Post # 8
I say do two cards… only because once they return the RSVP, the website information will be gone.
Post # 9
I think in this case one insert is fine since the insert isn’t the RSVP itself but is telling people where to go to RSVP. It makes sense to mention the hotel, etc. because RSVP and other travel information is all listed in the same place.