(Closed) Considering sending two RSVP cards with the invitations

posted 3 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
4037 posts
Honey bee

It seems like overkill. Personally, I’d just fill out one, for the two of us, and send it back.


Post # 3
2942 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

MiniMeow :  Most likely, I would think the second card is a mistake and only send back one for both myself and my husband.  If I knew it wasn’t a mistake, I would probably roll my eyes a little.  Its a lot of extra paper and cost for you, and it screams “I don’t trust adults to do the right thing.”

With a guest list as small as yours, it should not be a problem to track down people who you need clarification from. 

Post # 4
149 posts
Blushing bee

If the invitation is addressed to both of them, there’s no need to put two RSVPs. 

Post # 6
2582 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

MiniMeow :  what if the RSVP’s had all names written out on them, but only the one so you don’t need to give two for a couple? 

This leaves no wiggle room and yes, is extra work for you, but if your guest list is that small it’s just one afternoon of writing?

Post # 7
626 posts
Busy bee

MiniMeow :  Hi! I would find it weird (and a bit wasteful, tbh) to receive 2 rsvp cards. I would probably assume it was a mistake and send only one back (with both names, assuming we’re both invited).

Post # 8
13866 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Yes, I’d be super confused and would think that you messed up stuffing the envelopes.  I’d send one back for whatever my RSVP was, and throw the other one out.  I agee with PP that it’s also terribly wasteful for absolutely no reason. 

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