Post # 1
Does this all look ok? I covered up our last names and venue.
Should the “Is” be “is” on second line?
What about the year? Should that be “two” instead of “Two” ?
Here is front of RSVP
Inside of RSVP
Post # 3
@jessyrez: Hi, I’d totally do lower case ‘is’ and lower case ‘two’. Also, what’s the font on that ‘M’ inside the RSVP card, that’s not the same font used throughout. It looks suspiciously Times New Roman to me. That’s all I can help you with for now, I am not wearing my glasses.
Post # 4
Thanks! I asked her to change the RSVP fonts where it has the date and the M____ to the same on the invitation’s first paragraph.
Post # 5
And she said it was an “i” it just looks like a cap but will print out fine
Post # 6
Do they need to choose a meal?
Post # 7
This is probably stylistic rather than grammatical, but I would put add punctuation after each line of the date. Not sure if the year should be capitalized:
Saturday, the twelfth of October,
two thousand and thirteen,
at five o’clock in the evening.
Post # 8
Is your wedding at a church? Honour of your presence is used for a religious venue otherwise i believe you are supposed to put we request the pleasure of your company (not sure what the locale os since that is blacked out 🙂
Post # 9
@jessyrez: Hi wedding twin. I would put “to” instead of “&”.
Post # 10
I know someone suggested making the “T” in “Two Thousand and Thirteen” lower case instead, but according to the following website, the first letter in date lines should always be capitalized.
Invitation Etiquette in 140 Characters or Less
Post # 11
@SashaWest: thanks yes I left the T
Post # 12
They look so good!
I too am getting married 10-12-13, my brother is making the invitations and we have a RSVP date of September 19, is that too late to get an RSVP? My Fiance says thats ok….but not sure.