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I am really confused as to what I am suppose to have on the reply card envelope. Is it just suppose to have a stamp and my address on it? What about the guests address, does it need to on the reply envelope at all?

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my sister-in-law just informed me, she is putting an number instead the flap of the envelope, in the event you get someone who responds yes, 2 people, (without their name)...

 

how would you know...therefore a return label or number system might be beneficial.

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good point finleys7 brought up. I skipped this part all together and had everyone RSVP on our website. Saved us a bunch of $$ on stamps and the trouble of people not sending stuff back. It's working out better than I thought.

 

I think as far as etiquette goes all you need is a stamp and your address though!

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Thanks a bunch ladies! I did try the rsvp on the wedding website but nobody was replying, that's why I have made reply cards with my invites but that is awesome that it is working out for you NaM!

That is a great point finleys7, why would people not write the names of those attending...thats strange. Anyway I just night do that.

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I think that the address is whomever is paying for the wedding (i.e. if the bride's parents are covering the whole thing), it goes to their address. My parents are paying the majority, but I want to get the rsvps!

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