Post # 1
I had originally planned to include a response card and pre stamped envelope in my invitation, but it will cost me about $75 in postage to do this. I am wondering people actually mail back their response cards, or if phone or email is the better way to go. Any thoughts? I don’t mind paying the extra if it means that I actually get responses!
Post # 3
I’m doing online rsvps for environmental reasons, but I am including mail back response cards in the invitation suites of my older, non internet saavy guests. We are sending out 60 invites, and five of them will include RSVP cards. The other folks will be alble to rsvp online without trouble.
Post # 4
I am a traditionalist. I will be including an RSVP card with return envelope with each invitation. However, I will also include our telephone number and email address, so they can choose which way works best for them.
Post # 5
we debated with doing online to save paper (the earth, money) but ended up going the traditional route.
Post # 6
Yes, people do mail them back. Consider doing a postcard to save on both postage and paper.
Post # 7
I did online and got 100% of our responses back on time!
I am really happy that I did it!
Post # 8
Mail since it’s more traditional. The other methods are more accepted in a modern setting but we were both raised that for formal occasions, such as a wedding, you rsvp by mail only.