RSVP CARD WORDING
Your wedding celebration can be anything you want it to be, but when it comes to your invitations and RSVP cards, you do need to follow a few rules.
Your guests do need to know essential information about your wedding, you need to get an accurate guest count before your big day. Once you have your final guest count, you can then confirm with your venue the final guest count and get your On-Day Stationery made like the menus, seating chart, place cards and other details too.
You’ll need to include an RSVP card with your invitations. Make the RSVP deadline 6-8 weeks before the wedding date. This should give you plenty of time to contact anyone who hasn’t RSVP’d, give your venue the final head count, finalize the seating chart and put together the finishing touches.
To avoid any last-minute surprises, ask your venue when they need the final head count and factor that into your timeline.
If you’re on a budget, you can pop your RSVP details at the bottom of your main invite. You will still need to include these 2 important lines:
- Kindly RSVP by (insert date)
- RSVP to (insert name, mobile and email)
If you have decided to use a post back RSVP card, this can be done as a postcard style, either 1 sided or 2 sided if you have a lot of text. Or if you are wanting to use an envelope, you need to include it with a return addressed on it. Remember, it is polite to put the postage stamp on too.
WEDDING RSVP WORDING
Your wedding RSVP card wording can be formal or funny. No matter what theme you choose, there are a few pieces of information you must include.
- RSVP Date
- Guest Name
- Accept or Decline
- Dietary requirements
- Your Return address
- Postage stamp