(Closed) Sassy RSVP Card Wording

posted 9 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

We used "In Body" for Yes and "In Spirt" for No.

One wisecrackin’ uncle checked both!

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

Ooo, that’s a good one!

Is there a theme for your wedding? That could help you decide on something.

I wish it were socially acceptable to guilt your guests:

_____ is a good friend and will DEFINITELY be there with an awesome present in-hand.

_____ sucks and doesn’t care about the Wiglets enough to go to their wedding, but will still send an awesome present.

 

(I’M KIDDING, I’M KIDDING – PLEASE NO COMMENTROVERSY) 😉

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Wiglet that was halarious!  I wish I could put that on my RSVP too! And I LOVE the idea of adding a song request on the RSVP. What a great way to play an array of music that at least everyone will love one song out of! I might have to steal that idea…

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2009

I have no idea what the theme of your wedding is but some ideas are (Theme: yes, no):

Credit goes to EVITE btw…

  1. Who’s Toasting: I’ll drink to that, My glass is empty
  2. Ante Up: All in, Bust
  3. Come Strong or Not at All: I’m Coming in Hot, I’m Weak
  4. Who’s Rolling?: I’m In, Collect $100 and Pass Go, Stuck in Jail, Lose a Turn
  5. Are You There? Roger That, Over and Out
  6. Are You Coming or What?: Totally, Bummer
  7. Who’s In?: On Board, On the Way Out
  8. What’s the Verdict?: Committed, Jumped Bail
  9. Got Game?: Bring it On, Sore Loser
  10. Joining the Cast?: Ready for My Close-Up, I’ll Never Work in this Town Again
  11. Who’s Connected?: Site Found, Error 404
  12. Who’s Rallying?: Full Throttle, Out of Gas
  13. To Be or Not to Be?: To Be, Or Not To Be
  14. Who’s a Shredder?: Black Diamond, Green Circle

Good luck!

 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

Space – those were great!  Did you come up with those on your own?

I agree that something theme related would be cool?

One idea — Dancing shoes ready / Dancing shoes stuck in the closet … 🙂

I still love the simple  

M_________

__ Can’t wait!

__ Can’t believe they can’t make it!

 

Post # 8
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Helper bee

I was thinking for our nautical theme to use the below.

In Port (attending)

Lost at Sea (regrets)

We are also going to ask for a song recomendation.  We love the idea of people suggesting songs. Everyone has somethign they like to dance to.

Post # 9
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

Great ideas – we have a link on our website where people can request songs. Such amazing responses! Some are wacky, but I can’t wait to play them and see the reactions!

Post # 10
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

Not sure where this came from but this is what we are using.

Ready to celebrate, let us know by this date: xx/xx/xxxx

__Sounds great, won’t be late!

__Just can’t make it, but congratulations!

Post # 11
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Here’s what we did:

__ Will attend with bells on

__ Will attend, no bells

__ Will not attend, have bell phobia

We got some interesting responses to that…including one that said he’d be wearing ONLY bells.

And of course we got harassed to kiss with about a million bells that people brought to the wedding. 

Post # 12
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Jessica, that’s amazing.  We were thinking of using bells to ring us on our way to the reception (No throwing things allowed at our church) and that would be a really cute throwback to the invite responses.  I’ll see if this is one of those ideas my FI likes or rolls his eyes at.  (I always have to check!)

Post # 13
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Newbee

Our RSVP Cards were mad lib style. If you’ve every played when you were a kid, you’ll know how fun it can be. We came up with a paragraph, that left several key words blank… and our guests filled them in. It was the BEST thing! My DH and I couldn’t wait to open them when they came in the mail, because they were so much fun to read everyone’s wacky take on the cards. Plus, most of our guest completed the card, because they couldn’t wait to give their two cents – so we ended up with a high return rate. Win-Win. Plus, you could easily incorporate the song into the paragraph. Plus here’s a pic of ours.. it’s hard to see cause the paper was shiny/glittery. 

Invitation Suite

It went something like this:

 ____________(excalamation)!

We are __________(adjetive) to hear about your upcoming nuptials!

______________(Your Name(s)) is/are ___________(adjetive) to

___________________(attend/miss) the celebration. There are ________(number) people in our party.

 

 

Post # 14
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I just found this on another blog and thought of this post. Not only are their invitations adorable, but the RSVP wording is very fun! Hope this helps.

http://www.oncewed.com/index.cfm?postID=358

Post # 15
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@Wiglet: can you share how you made a song request link? I’d love to add something like that to our site!!!

 

Post # 16
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

We did:

_____ Absolutely! Can’t Wait!!

_____ Bummer! Can’t make it. 

Our venue also asked us to but something for people to indicate any allergies and we got some funny responses on that question…

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