Post # 1
I’m just wondering, when you get a wedding invite, do you usually write something cute on the rsvp? Do you do it right on the front or the back? What do you normally say? My mom told me she likes to write a cute note but I have NO IDEA what to write.
Post # 3
I don’t, I just check off whatever I’m supposed to.
Post # 4
nope, unless i can’t attend. then i’ll write a note thanking them for the invite but explaining why i can’t come.
Post # 5
I do now that I’ve been a bride. I loved it when people left us notes on the RSVPs and I wish we had gotten more!!
Post # 6
Depends on the style of the RSVP. I’ve gotten ones where it asks for a creative reply or a drawn photos. Formal ones just get a check that I’m attending or not. You don’t need to write anything crazy. You could just write, “Can’t wait to see you!” and that would be fine.
Post # 7
If it’s someone I’m really close to, I write a note about how happy I am for them or how excited I am to celebrate with them.
Post # 8
It depends on who it is. For people we know well, like a recent invitation, I wrote “I got my party pants out already, I just have to have my SO iron them for me.” Or for a couple who put Adults only reception on their RSVP I wrote “All my kiddlets are ready for a party. Hope you have chicken nuggets.” or somthing to that effect. We don’t have children so thats why it was funny. I think it makes the RSVP extra fun for the Bride and Groom.
Post # 9
I had a girlfriend check off the “attending” option and then beside it wrote “(OF COURSE!!!)
It was cute, and I liked reading her excitement.
Post # 10
Yes I usually write something on the RSVP. Sometimes it’s just “can’t wait to celebrate with you” or something along those lines.
Post # 11
I had never thought of it before, but I love when I’ve gotten RSVPs with little notes, even something like “We can’t wait!”
The Best Man (who is both of our best friend) crossed off the “accepts with pleasure” and wrote in “accepts with regret” (our other option was “declines with regret”). He didn’t know they weren’t going straight to us! Luckily my mom knows it was just a joke 🙂
Post # 12
I always draw a little picture. Usually an elephant butt with a heart with the bride and groom’s name in it lol
Post # 13
i usually write “can’t wait to celebrate” “love the invitation” or “so happy for you guys” something like that.
Post # 14
I usually say something like: Congratulations! So happy for you… or looking forward to the big day! or – can’t wait to celebrate with you… etc.
Post # 15
Just check it off and send it back.
Post # 16
Nah, I just check the required box and send it back.