Post # 1
I am making my own invitations and having them printed at a company my boss owns. I can not find rsvp envelopes the size I wanted them. Would it be ok to do away with RSVP cards and somewhere on the invitation or on another card put RSVP at our wedding website or call so and so? We have a website that has an RSVP feature and then for those old folks that don’t do technology, they can just call…..is calling tacky for a wedding? People don’t RSVP most of the time anyway, so I don’t want to waste time and money on them. What are all you other brides doing?
Post # 3
I think calling would be ok, I would look at your guest list though. Can you imagine have 200 people try to call you to RSVP? That might be a little cumbersome. If you can’t find the envelope, maybe just a postcard RSVP? I think if people who RSVP have to do more work than write on the card and put it in the mailbox you may have a lower rate of people who RSVP.
Post # 4
I think it will be ok. Ppl are doing online RSVPing more and more. I just did postcards so all they have to do is drop them in a mailbox somewhere. No envelope needed.
Post # 5
Post Card is a wonderful idea! Thanks!
Post # 6
I did away with RSVP cards as well and so far it’s been fine. People have phoned or emailed in RSVPs and I’ve gotten a couple written responses in the mail.
Post # 7
What about printing the RSVP instructions on the card? That way it says off the invitation and you don’t need an envelope.