Post # 1
so I am getting married at a hot air balloon museum – which we’re very excited about! We’re getting ready to order the invitations and have been tweaking the RSVP wording to
Kindly Reply by the Twenty Third of April
[ ]Yes, gas up the balloon [ ]No, grounded due to high winds
And furthermore we’d like to say __________________________________________________________
The problem? My mom thinks that people might actually think we’re going to take people in a balloon. Do you think the wording is fine or should we change it?
Post # 3
I think it’s super cute! I’m sure if people are confused they’ll call you or you can just put a cute disclaimer at the bottom that says something like:
“Fear of heights not applicable” or something…as soon as I started typing that I couldn’t think! lol
Post # 4
I’m with your mom on this one. I think it’s confusing.
Post # 5
What a cool place to get married! I agree with your mom, though; when I first read it I thought the reception was somehow going to be up in the air… you don’t want people saying no just because they’re afraid of heights of something
Post # 6
I like the creativity of the wedding venue and the invite but it needs tweaked a little. Maybe “we’ll be there to witness the start of your new adventure”….or “we’ll be there for ‘take off'”, the quotations indicating that it is…well, not a real ‘taking off the groudn kind of take off’. You’ll think of something. Have fun with it!
Post # 7
OOO yeah! that is quite confusing 🙁 cute idea though! you’re headed in the right direction at least. oh darn i’m sorry i just literally sat here typing and untyping ideas of what to write and can’t think of anything wise enough.
Post # 8
We did cute wording for ours. We are having a 1940s WWII inspired wedding so our RSVP cards and invitations look military fontish etc. So our reply said
On Duty and AWOL. In ( ) below each we put Will attend and will not attend. No confusion.
Here is what it looks like
On Duty AWOL
(Will Attend) (Will Not Attend)