Post # 1
I’m considering making our Wedding RSVP Cards into post cards (I’ve already checked the USPS guidelines to ensure that the paper is the appropriate size & weight).
I would have our address printed on the back of the cards and then would add a stamp to the back of each card so that the families would simply fill out the card and throw it back in the mail.
Is this a good idea or does it sound tacky?
Anybody else do/doing this?
Post # 5
We did it and loved it! It worked out so great, and our guests loved them as well.
Post # 6
We had postcard RSVPs & they worked great
Post # 7
Is it OK to put our address & stamp on 1 side of the card (address centered as it would be on an envelope) and then the other side has the RSVP info?
or do I need to have the address, stamp, and info all on 1 side?
And does the side with the address have to be 100% blank/white?
Post # 8
@inky_1: It can be address and stamp on one side, info on the other side and it does not have to be completely blank on the address side. I just received one that had flowers all over the address side and only a white box for the address, and on the other side was RSVP info.
Post # 9
Like does this work?? (Obv not with hiddeous text, I just removed our personal info since this is the interwebs)
Post # 11
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
We did it and had no problems, didn’t even think that it may be a etiquette problem…
Post # 12
We’re going traditional with an envelope, but I see NO problem with the postcard style. As a guest I’ve found it cute and think it’s a smart way to save some money on postage. Go for it!
Post # 13
That’s what I did! It’s just what came with my invitation suite. It saved money on stamps and haven’t had any issues so far.
Post # 14
I feel like it suits the overall feel of the wedding, which is informal but dressy/classy…whatever.
I don’t care too much what people think of me lol. But I do care if the post office says they can’t mail my RSVPs because there’s printing/color on both sides and covering the entirety of the paper.
Post # 15
We did postcards and they worked great!!
Post # 16
@inky_1: That’s what I did. So much cheaper, and just as easy. As long as you send an RSVP card, and you get it back, that’s all that matters.