Post # 1
I am planning on having my guests RSVP via phone or email because most of my and Fi’s family probably wouldn’t know wth to do with a mail in RSVP anyway. It will just be a waste of paper, envelopes and stamps and I do not want to deal with the rsvp card tracking.
Anyway, I am DIY invitations and the invites actually came with rsvp cards. With their rsvp, i want to state how many seats we have reserved for them and the methods of communcation we prefer ( my phone number and email address). I’m just uncertain as to where/how to include the rsvp info:
1. Include an line at the bottom of the invitation requesting a phone call/email rsvp. (but then, do I also include the seat count reserved for them?)(I don’t really like this idea)
2. Include a rsvp card with the info on it and in an envelope (no stamp/no self-address since it won’t be mailed back).
3. Include a rsvp card with no envelope. (would it also be ok to print a map behind the card?)
4. Print the rsvp info behind the invitation and have no rsvp card.
I hope I made sense.
Post # 3
Since you already have th RSVP cards, I’d put the information (map and seats reserved) on it.
Post # 5
I designed mine on vista print and on the back of the invite it’s like this:
we have reserved ___ seats in your honor
in order to save paper please reply via our wedding website or by calling the bride’s family (#)
note about parking at the venue
so I voted to do it that way! But if you use the cards do a map on the back and don’t include the envelope.
Post # 6
@TheFutureMrsNguyen: cool, thanks!
@AlwaysSunny: Thanks for your input!
Post # 7
I am actually wondering the same things !! I know that different places are used to different things, so up here in little ole Vermont – IDK if people would actually RSVP without a SASE card !
Post # 8
I didn’t put the seats in your honor thing since I only adressed to invitations to the people who are invited but I did also do the phone and email RSVP. I included the envelope just cuz I figured since I already had them I might as well lol. But I would go with no envelope and go ahead and put a map on the back