Post # 1
So, do you think it’s poor form to create your RSVPs as post cards w/o envelopes so as to save on postage? In the whole grand scheme of things, a few extra bucks on adding the evelope seems appropriate- but wondering what your thoughts are?
Post # 3
Not inappropriate at all. We’re attending a wedding in September and that’s what they did. When I noticed it, a light bulb went off in my head because I like it. Saves postage AND you don’t have to pay for envelopes. It’s the little things.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Definitely not! Just make sure you include a stamp on each post card!
Post # 5
Nope, thats what I did for mine! Worked out great.
Post # 6
That’s a great idea! I would have done it, if I hadn’t already had the cards and envelopes.
Post # 7
Not at all. We did postcards. Cuts down on cost, postage and paper/waste. So you’re not only being thrify, you’re green!
Post # 8
Post cards are fine, but I echo Miss Bruschetta’s advice on the postage. Good news is that you’ll be able to use a postcard stamp, just double check with the post office first, I believe there’s a size limit, if it’s over that, you have to use a regular .44 stamp.
Post # 9
I love postcards, and I don’t think it’s inappropriate at all.
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2010 - Mr. P's GrandparentsÃ¢Â€Â™ Ranch
That’s what we are doing too!!, you would not only save some $$ but also paper!!! 🙂 that is really important to us 🙂
Go for it!
Post # 11
We used postcards too! I don’t think guests think anything of it and it does save money and paper!
Post # 12
That’s what we did. Saved us on paper and postage. We were invited to a reception in July and they did the same thing. I think it’s becoming more popular.
Post # 13
we actually did emails but if we had to physical rsvps, we’d totally have done rsvps. i think it’s a fun idea and who doesn’t like receiving postcards!
Post # 14
how much less formal is a postcard than rsvp w. envelope? i mean, its definitely LESS formal but how much? still appropriate for a reasonably fancy event? where does the line get drawn?