(Closed) RSVP wording for multiple event wedding

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
109 posts
Blushing bee

I’m confused – are you re-printing the invites, or putting in an insert? Why not just explain the change in venue and say that RSVP is highly recommended.

Post # 4
217 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I am having the same dilemna.  I want to use Mrs. Lemon’s RSVP cards that clearly indicate who is coming and with which meal – but I also want to know who is coming to the Welcome Party on Friday evening…

Post # 5
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

You can do Mrs Lemons lay out – just add another question to it – after the food choices. I think that would be more then fine. Otherwise I think the only other option is send a seperate invite but that seems silly since you’re doing a pocket fold with inserts there’s got to be pleanty of room.  How about Put the RSVP to the brunch on the RSVP card – but have a seperate insert entitled "Day AFter Wedding Brunch" with all the info on it, directions and such. This way all the info is there, not crammed onto an RSVP card and you’re still getting all the questions answered on one RSVP.    Will you be attending – The wedding & Reception if yes please make a dinner choice (list choices)  – The brunch the morning after  here’s my RSVP – it’s fashioned (ok ok I copied the womans RSVP pretty much down to the bone….lol. I can’t help it – it was just so beautiful!) after Mrs Lemons, who’s I don’t have the link to at this moment but I will find for you, I have yet to add in the actual food choices – but you get the point. Where my fourish is you could add more questions.   Photobucket

Okay well it goes a bit more to the right but it cut it off…..oh well you’re only missing flourish anyway…… 

Post # 6
196 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2008 - Hotel on the westside of Los Angeles

We’re having multiple events too.  This is how I think I’m doing it.  I have one invitation for the wedding (formal) and a slightly less informal invitation for the mehndi.  The RSVP card will read something like this:

_____ of ______ will attend the mehndi

Names of those attending:

Names of those not attending:
____ of ______ will attend the wedding
Names of those attending: 
Names of those not attending:
Both invitations and RSVP cards will be held together with a belly band, or in your case, all could go in the pocketfold. I hope that helps a bit.
Post # 7
638 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2007

Here’s an example of we did.  We have events Thurs night, Fri afternoon, Fri night, then the wedding on Saturday.  Everyone was invited to everything – but I wanted to get an idea for when people would be showing up and how much food we’d need for each.

I also included a ‘schedule’ of events – which I think made my questions at the bottom make more sense.  They’d already read what has happening…. Now I was asking them what they’d attend.





Schedule Insert


I’m not sure if that helps you or not… but you could add a line to the bottom that says "Will be attending brunch", or whatever.  Also – you can omit that line from those who aren’t invited to Brunch or whatever.  We had a special response card printed for one invitation (and omited the schedule from that invitation) – which was for my husbands Dad who was only invited to the wedding iteself.

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