Post # 1
Hello! I feel like I should know the anwser to this, but I don’t! So please help me out. I am getting my e-pics taken tomorrow. Our wedding is still a few months away (In March) and we are going to use the e-pic as the front of a postcard.
On your postcards are you allowed to RSVP? Or do you only announce your wedding date? I will still send inventations but I wasn’t sure what I needed… Please tell me all the things I should include on the post card!
Post # 3
Its just an announcement. if guests have to rsvp for the save-the-date and then rsvp again for the invitations that might be a bit much for them
Post # 4
Like @Bells said, It’s just the announcement. On our Save the Date Magnet I included: Our Names, Wedding date, Location (City, State), wedding website, and the wording “Invitation to Follow”
Post # 5
People might just think that your STD is your invite if you put an RSVP on there. I also put invitation to follow on mine.
Post # 6
If youre looking to get a ball park you could maybe do an online RSVP situation, set up a wedding website with something like this. When we were planning a destination wedding and needed a ballpark we thought about doing something like that
Post # 7
It’s just a general announcement for guest to know (1) that they are invited (2) when and where it will be and (3) if you have wedding website you can share now.
For some reason, my FI’s side got super confused that this was the REAL INVITATION and then got mad when some didn’t receive it with other didn’t. I even wrote on the STD postcard “Formal Invitation to follow”. Sigh…
Post # 8
Date of wedding
location (we put reception location and the city located in)
formal invitation to follow
Amidst other cutesy sayings =)