Post # 1
I’m in the middle of making my RSVPs, and I’m wondering how to word it so that people will write their NAMES next to the meal they choose? I’m guilty of just quickly filling out an RSVP, writing the number of people that will be having the meal next to the choices and dropping it in the mail. Does anybody have any creative sayings or ideas they used to get this point across, all while still fitting it onto a postcard? The creative juices are just not flowing for me this morning. Thanks!
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2018 - The Rivers Club
What I did, was put the food options and will/will not be attending options, under each name. I am also writing the names on the cards before I send them. It is an extra step, but it will hopefully avoid any confusion about who is invited as well as insure no one forgets to write their name.
Post # 4
Here’s mine I was inspired by wonderful Mrs Lemon here on WB
If you click on the photo of the RSVP it will get bigger.
It has the line, two boxes for Yes I’m coming or no they are not, then two icons for them to circle their meal choice.
Let me know if I can be of any help 🙂
Post # 5
Sweeney2Be – what did you lay out your invites and rsvp card in? They look great and I’m currently panicking and floundering!! I need a push!
Post # 6
I copied Mrs. Onion (you can click her picture to enlarge and see the text). I only offered two meal options so I made my lines longer for people to indicate their meal selection by writing in their intials.