Post # 1
As an afterthought to having already ordered and received my invites, I have decided to include a card that has a little bit more info on it. I want it to have
___ seats have been reserved in your honor
(as I have ALREADY had people acting as if they are bringing their entire extended family…and my invites won’t even go out until Nov.) I’m trying to nip this in the bud.
as well as our wedding website address (which I originally did not plan on creating).
Do you gals have any suggestions on how I should do this? How should I print these up..on my own printer or by some place like Vistaprint? My invites are letterpress, and it would be pretty expensive to get them done that way. I just want it to blend and not to look tacky.
Post # 3
You might consider a small vellum insert. You can print them on your computer or get them printed and cut at kinkos.
Post # 4
We did the same type of wording on our RSVP cards. Because we had a website where you could RSVP electronically, at the bottom we put "You may also respond at www. ________"
It also helped that the online option had each invitee’s name and a drop-down menu for food selection. No way to add extra names. It just made it that more clear who was and wasn’t invited.
Post # 5
I’m a groom not a gal, but thought I’d throw in some thoughts. Assuming you don’t have the same paperstock as the invites, I would go with something like a vellum or complimentary colored paper. If you want an inexpensive way to simulate the letterpress look get an rubber stamp made and use some block printing ink. Just make sure you match the typeface. Message me with an image of the invites if you need help identifying it.