Post # 1
Hi ladies! so I am in the process of making my invitations. I have seen tons of different types of RSVPs online, but most of them are kinda too predictable. I am trying to come up with some creative and fun way to make my guests laugh when they RSVP our wedding, even if they can’t make it. Tell me what did you put on your RSVPs that made your guests impressive and smile!
Post # 3
It’s upside down and might be kinda hard to see, but our RSVP is the tear off portion of this card and says:
Will decline to respond but ultimately attend
I can’t wait to see the responses 🙂
Post # 4
We’re having a destination wedding and ours said:
I’m totally coming to watch you take the plunge!
I’m only coming for the trip to Jamaica
(in smaller font) Regretfully decline
Post # 5
@KristenGotMarried:lol regretfully accept. I could totally picture my dad checking that box. My dad lives in China, and he wasn’t planning on coming to my wedding at first since I am having another reception in China the year after my wedding here. I was so sad and begged him to come on the phone with tears, then he finally said YES. I like the regretfully accept idea. It made me laugh. Thanks for sharing
Post # 6
Oh my, these are so funny! You gals are great. Here’s what we did:
We have reserved___ seats in your honor.
___ will be there with bells on. ___ will toast from afar.
Not as funny as @KristenGotMarried:, I totally cracked up.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
Ours is very simple.
I LOVE the ones with the extra “funny” responses. There’s one that has “with bells on” and a “will be there, but without bells” lines. So cute!
Post # 8
___ will be there to celebrate!
___ will be toasting from afar!
Post # 9
I think we are going to do a mad libs style rsvp. Should be fun! Because its a destination wedding I want to somehow get a count for the rehearsal dinner and morning after bunch as well.
Post # 10
Here’s a super-cute Mad Libs style RSVP I came across on Pinterest!