Post # 1
Hey Bees! It’s been a while since I’ve been in due to crazy school, but I miss Bee Wisdom.
We got together to put the invites together – crazy early, but they’ll be ready to go. So for RSVPs, we’re doing post cards.
I’ve been told to number the back of RSVP cards in case people don’t write their names… but there’s not really a subtle way to do it for post cards… where should I put the number on the post card? Or should I just do away with it and hope everyone writes in properly?
Post # 3
@atalante: there was about this a few weeks ago someone stated to use invisible ink and black lite they got them real cheap off of amazon or ebay it was like a pen hope this helps
Post # 4
The website for the invisible ink pen is http://www.dealextreme.com/p/invisible-ink-pen-88 and only cost $1.39 w/ free shipping!
You can check one girl’s post on project wedding here about here RSVP tracking idea.
Post # 5
I used response cards and reply envelopes but did not number the cards. I only had one person forget to write her name on the line provided, but I was able to use some clues (the postmark, the fact that she made her checkmark “backwards” — which suggested she was left-handed) to determine who the guest was.
Post # 6
Ahh, sweet!! So glad this was posted. I just ordered 2 pens!
Post # 7
Thanks guys! I guess I didn’t look back far enough when I checked to see if the question was already asked 🙂 Great suggestion!
Post # 8
I have no advice to offer about invisible numbers, but I’m happy to report that no one didn’t write their name on our RSVP postcards, if that helps ease your mind a bit. 🙂
Post # 9
@Beluga: Haha, it does. 🙂 I think this is just one of those details I get caught up on and stuck. Fiance just shakes his head.