Post # 1
So I am having my RSVP as a postcard for guests to send back. I will already have my address printed on them. Do I have to print the guest’s return address on them in the left hand corner? Or leave lines for them to fill it out themselves?
If I leave it blank and they do not fill out their return address will it get shipped to me??
Post # 3
Just print your address on there. Their address isn’t necessary.
Post # 4
@sharky: When I sent out my RSVP postcards, I did not put the guest’s address nor did I leave a spot for them to fill it in themselves. All of the RSVP’s made it back to me without an issue. If you want to leave lines for them to fill in on their own, it wouldn’t hurt, but I dont think it is necessary.
Post # 5
If they’re sending the postcard back to you, and your address is valid, the recipient’s return address is entirely insignificant (unless you were relying on that to ensure that you knew from whom the postcard is being returned. I did receive one response on which the sender neglected to write her name. Because of the post-mark, and the fact that the checkmark was clearly made by someone who is left-handed, I had a pretty good idea of where it originated. Some couples do code the response cards prior to sending them, just in case.)
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
Yeah, you don’t need to put their address on the RSVP. I wouldn’t worry about it. 🙂
Post # 8
No guest addresses but mark a little number in the corner and match that to your guest list. You wouldn’t believe the amount of RSVP postcards I’ve gotten back with no names written in!
Post # 9
I had my address printed on the envelopes by the printer. I’m making them write their own names on it if they want to.
Post # 10
thank you so much for the responses! So I won’t be putting guest addresses on them but I think I definitely will use some sort of number system just incase they do not put their names on them!