Post # 1
We have reserved 2 seats in your honor
Ready to celebrate?
Let us know by this date: June 11, 2012
* Sounds great … won’t be late!
*Ceremony *Dinner *Dance
of 2 of 2
* Just can’t make it …. but
Name(s) of attending :
Where the asterisks are is really a square box for people to check (I couldn’t figure out how to copy and paste from microsoft word and get it to look exactly how I have it) Also, I have RSVP in fancy letters and my entire RSVP is in a different font although it doesn’t show that way. In addition to that I have a little design above the word R.S.V.P and below. I have the ceremony dinner and dance and under ceremony and dinner is where I have the blank of 2. The dance is where unlimited is allowed. I’m also going to include my e*mail address below the Name(s) of attending. Is there anything else I should change wording wise?
Post # 3
Does anyone have an opinion!?!
Post # 4
Cute sayings! Everything seems ok to me.
Post # 5
I think this is very cute!
Post # 6
I was thinking of doing something very similar. I really like the wording you chose!
Post # 7
So glad everyone thinks this is okay!!!! I thought this was the only certain way to keep people from bringing extras. I hope everyone else has good luck with their RSVPS!!!
Post # 8
I tried to make it as simple as possible, yet understandable. I created a “single person” RSVP card because I didn’t want anyone to think it was okay to write an extra name just because there was an extra line. I actually only had single and couple invites (so I just printed 2 instead of writing it in), kind of just worked out that way.
Post # 9
I like the spaces for the names of the guest(s) they’d be bringing. I was wondering how to word that, for the sake of table settings.
Post # 10
@haddlecake: I think that’s a genius idea, I love your set up! I’ve had many a nightmare about how we’re going to do our RSVPs. They’re a bit different than yours, but I think they serve the same purpose 🙂
Post # 11
@haddlecake: Love it! I may be changing mine now if you don’t mind