Post # 1
I’m considering RSVP postcards. I am going to have a picture of our venue on one side and all the writing will be on the other side. How should I setup/word the “otherside”? Any pictures of your own RSVP postcards would be great too! Thanks!
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2011 - Calgary Opera Centre
I’d say to do it like a regular postcard: divided in half, with the right half reserved for address and stamp, all of your text on the left hand side.
Post # 4
We did postcards and have been having such a blast getting them back with fun messages and drawings!
Post # 5
I set up ours like this. Sorry it’s kind of hard to see b/c of the angle
We had a few family parties that we were inviting so I had the 5 lines for the guests name & response
But most of our guest parties were 2 for married couples of 1 for those who aren’t married or engaged
I had 2 lines:
1st: _____ seats have been reserved in your honor
2nd _____ of _____ adult guest(s) will be attending
Post # 6
This is the RSVP that I made. This would be the back. The front will be yellow stripes and a heart to match the rest of our invite suite. Also, The “RSVP” and pictures are clear. Also in the one we printed there is a line separating the left side from the right side. Not sure why it didn’t come out. The “To:” side will have our address and they will be stamped.
Post # 7
a few things — make sure your cardstock is at LEAST 80lb. and to help cost of paper, just simply cut an 8.5″x11 into 4’s — it’s the perfect size for a postcard. =)
see my samples below!!
one side worked as a regular card, the other is where the address + postage went!
Post # 8
We had postcard RSVPs – here’s what the back looked like: