Originally Posted by jsal4
I have designed and ordered my invitations. I love vistaprint.com! My 100 invites cost less than $50. If you find the right coupon code for this website you can save soooo much money.
I did not want to have response cards. Most of my friends and family are technology savvy and if they are not, I know they know how to use a phone. I spoke to a lot of my friends who had gotten married and they said a lot of their RSVP cards were never returned. They ended up having to contact the guests who did not response. I figured, since I am going to have to do that anyways then why not start by having them RSVP by email, text or phone. Saves money on RSVP cards and postage.
Here is what I wrote:
We look forward to celebrating with you.Please RSVP by August 12, 2012 viaEMAIL: XXXXXXXXX@hotmail.comPHONE/TEXT:â€¢ Josephine (000) 000-0000â€¢ Kurt (000) 000-0000I am ever so grateful to those who are joining us and did not want them to get us a present. I searched and searched and then combined some sentence I liked. This is the back of the invitation.About GiftsThe very best present we can receive is your presence at our wedding and your love and support as we embark on this adventure together. Many of you are contributing your time and energy to this event, and for the gift of your participation we thank you.To make it easier for the more traditional gift givers among you, we have set up a registry on www.bedbathbeyond.com and
I am new to BDW and hoping that by replying to this post I will be able to find it again later! I love your invites and want to keep this in mind. Several people on here have used vista print....I wasn't even aware of them...guess it's a good thing I joined this website I was wandering around the vista print site yesterday and it appears that you create your invitation and order envelopes separately? That's not a big deal as it seems many of you were able to still get your invitation at a very cheap price, just thought I would clarify. Thanks!