Post # 1
I am looking to get some feedback on our RSVP cards. They are two sided and are part of pocketfold invites.
Both attached have a white box, ignore those they will not be on the actual invite themselves.
Post # 3
mods- will you move this to paper please?
Post # 4
Very wintery, in a good way. I’d up the font size by 1-2 pts on “Kindly respond by the” and close the gap a bit between “the” and “30th”. The proportions on the back of the card are much better, I’d use the same font sizes on the front. (Obviously, Response is going to be larger).
And this is purely a personal gripe, but I don’t like the phrase “missing out”. You don’t need to go all super formal with “regretfully decline”, but just somthing like “can’t make it” or “will raise a toast from afar” sounds nicer.
Otherwise, it’s gorgeous and I like it!
Post # 5
I would probably leave out the “Share some wisdom” part because I really would not know what to write if I received something like that.
Post # 6
Also, I wonder about the first part on that page “Send us a note”. I can see why you want that information, but there’s a few problems with this section.
1) There’s not much room to include the info
2) They might not know yet. If you provided an email address (or the address to a web page) you would allow for your guests to respond after the RSVP date.
Post # 7
Just wondering are you asking for RSVPs 2 months before the wedding? Do you think people will know if they are coming then? 4 months out, we have some groomsmen who don’t even know if they can make it.
Post # 8
@ElbieKay Thanks for that feedback, we have TONS of out of town family which is why we included that section. Maybe we will just scrap it and have the parents coordinate all that info.
@engleman10513– For now we put a random date, without looking at a calendar. However our venue does require RSVP count 30 days in advanced, which is pretty early. Our wedding falls the day after thanksgiving, and we have had a long engagement, and therefore most guests will know by then if they are coming. But we haven’t looked at a calendar like I said to set an actual date.
Post # 10
BUMPING! Love the wording!
Post # 11
I don’t think I’d actually turn these over to see the back…as I’ve never seen RSVPs that are double sided. I would remove the share your wisdom portion and replace it with leave us a note. On my RSVPs, People wrote cute little notes all over their replies…I feel like you don’t really need a specific place for these. I do like the design though very cute!!
Post # 12
@MissDW: I would want everything on the back if it were my RSVP card, too, but thinking as a guest, I would scrap it. The likelihood that they’ll know when they’re getting in and where they’re staying is pretty slim. The madlib is cute, but it’s pretty long with a lot of blanks. I seriously can’t think of anything to fill all that in. Something simple would be better, I think. You can keep “Share some wisdom” but then just put blank lines for them to fill in whatever they want.
Post # 13
@MissDW: Cute! Did you print them yourself? If so, what size were they? What kind of paper did you print them on?