Post # 1
Hi Ladies! We are seriously thinking of doing a postcard invite, with a stunning image on the front, and then the basic info on the other side, with our website, which will have all the information they will ever need, plus online RSVP. I’d like to go this route to save both paper & money – has anyone done this before? Seen it before? Thoughts? Thank you!
Post # 3
I like this idea – I have never heard of it before but I am also trying to figure out how to save on invites – and I just might steal this idea from you!
Post # 4
I voted “no” because I’m not a big fan of having the specific details out there for anyone to read. We made a postcard and but still sending it in an envelope as our save the dates.
Also – be sure you offer another RSVP method (by phone for example) for those who aren’t computer savvy!
Post # 5
kind of scary anyone can read it and crash your party; I live in NYC we are always paranoid here
I lock my apartment even to do laundry 1 door down; what more with your wedding open to who knows
Post # 6
I wouldn’t/didn’t do it b/c we had WAY too much information to fit on one postcard!
I don’t think it’s a bad idea though!
Post # 7
I’d use a postcard for the response card but not the entire invitation. My wedding will be formal so a postcard might not fit the look of our wedding.
I might use a postcard for the shower though!
Post # 8
I think they did that over at 2000 wedding. I think it’s a great idea as long as your guests can handle the phone or website RSVP. We did an RSVP card because we were worried that people might not “get” a postcard invitation.
Post # 9
The idea is good in theory to save money but there is too much information listed that anyone can take and use to their benefit.