Post # 1
Has anyone ever used one of the online rsvp sites? I was thinking of using one instead of having rsvp cards….. seems like it would save some money in postage….. Does anyone recommend a particular site? or has anyone used one and hated it? whats your opinion?
Post # 3
My friend used one of the phone ones and she said it was great – people called a number instead of sending something in, save a bunch on postage and they track down non responders to get an accurate count. It was really professional but she paid a little for it.
I have an online RSVP on my wedshare page and plan to use it for those that want to, just trying how to figure out how to get the "you may also RSVP online at….." on the card with out it looking crowded 🙂
Post # 4
I used http://www.weddingannouncer.com for my wedding website, and we used the RSVP function to give each guest a PIN code that was written on their RSVP card, along with the URL. That way, if they wanted to they could just go to the site and RSVP there. And if they changed their minds they could change it on the site and I’d get an updated RSVP. It even had meal choice options.
Another plus was that if they just sent in their RSVP cards without putting their name on it, I could compare the code to the list on the website and see who it was!
And finally, it let people know (once again) that we had a wedding website, so they could look for hotel info, directions, and registry info on that.
Post # 5
How did you word your RSVP card?
Post # 6
I personally think online RSVPs are incredibly convenient and cost effective, but my only worry would be for those guests who are not computer-savvy. I already know too many of our guests rarely use the computer, so in the end, it would be easiest for us to do our rsvp’s the traditional way.