Post # 1
I have small guest list about 60 people… i just got my invitations today and was about to buy stamps but then i thought i could hand deliever most of them, since i don’t have any co workers or other possible akwardness around. But should i still include a stamp on the RSVP card envelope even though my fiance or i talk to practically all of our guest list, and they could just give back the card?
Post # 3
Hand delivery is acceptable etiquette-wise but I would put a stamp on the RSVPs regardless.
Post # 4
Yes….it’s the right thing to do to make it easier for the guests.
Post # 5
Hand delivering is so personal! 🙂 It might take you a while though and you still need stamps for the rsvp.
Post # 6
Yes. It’s hard enough to get RSVPs back with stamps ON them.
Post # 7
Hand delivery is lovely, but you absolutely MUST put stamps on the rsvp cards.
Post # 8
Lucky you saving on stamps! i think hand delivery is a nice personal touch.
Post # 9
hand delivery is fine but you should put stamps on rsvps. like someone else said, rsvps with stamps on them are hard enough to get back. you don’t want your rsvps to be delayed because someone kept putting off going to the post office to buy stamps. the other option is to have your guests text or email you their rsvps. i kinda like getting the rsvps back. i have all mine in a box. people wrote notes to us.