Post # 1
Some of FI’s family lives in Canada and Portugal. I was able to buy Canadian postage for the response cards online, but Portugese postage is another story. Should I just mail the invite without postage on the responose card? That’s so tacky in my opinion, but what else can I do?
Post # 3
It’s not ideal but unless you’ve got someone in Portugal to mail you some stamps then I would just somehow include a note like “Call us to RSVP”
Post # 4
I would add a note that says “please rsvp to *phone numbe* or *email address*
Post # 5
For our international guests, I did not put postage on the response cards. However, we had a website so they had the option of responding online. All three of them declined, and each sent a nice card with a note in it as well as the response card, so I don’t think they were upset that I didn’t include postage.
Post # 6
We set up an RSVP area on our website precisely for the non-US invitations. We are inviting folks from 6 countries besides the US and couldn’t come up with a way to get postage. I say just go digital or ask for a phone call.