(Closed) RSVP nonsense

posted 5 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
1557 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@audrey_lane:  We’re just biting the bullet and stamping them regardless of whether we think they’ll RSVP online or return it to us.

Post # 4
295 posts
Helper bee

We didn’t have the online option, but we stamped them all- we only received about 2/3 back. H and I made a lot of phone calls.

Post # 5
547 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

If you’re asking traditional etiquette then stamp them. If you worry about perfection then stamp them. But I didn’t and it was fine. 

I was in the same position. We invited about 100 and I set up a wedding email they could RSVP by or send in the card. I knew pretty much everyone would email or just tell me so I didn’t include postage. I figured anyone who preferred to mail it would have a stamp already. I don’t regret it–we got probably 5 card RSVPs mailed back, a few cards given back by hand, lots of emails and made a good number of phone calls. If you have a big “traditional/older” guest list I would stamp them but if not I wouldn’t worry about it. I didn’t have a single person say anything.

Post # 6
1328 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

Maybe just stamp the ones for older guests but skip the stamp for people like your friends who will likely reply online? 

Post # 7
233 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

BluebonnetBride:  Hi! I’m thinking of not putting a stamp on ours either – since we are offering website, email, tele options…

Post # 8
1118 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

We did online rsvps which most people used, and for the older group we added a phone number for them to rsvp with. It worked quite well, and there were no wasted stamps.

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