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Friday Poll: RSVP Cards

Forget the general election, we all know the topic that’s really dividing the nation: It’s the Friday Poll.

Inspired by Karen over at Beating Myself into a Dress who is impatiently waiting for her RSVPs to arrive at the moment, we want to know whether you think it’s a good idea to include RSVP cards with the invitation. Time to have your say, and don’t forget to leave a comment and tell us why:

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  1. Oooh a poll inspired by me!


    We didn’t include the reply cards. Included a postal address, two telephone numbers and an email address with the invitations.

    We’ve been to 17 weddings over the past four years and most of those didn’t have RSVP cards. Mainly we just emailed our RSVP.

    Other friends of ours did include reply cards and still the majority of RSVPs came via email or phone.

    A lot of places include the reply cards for free with your invitations though, so in that case I say go for it!

  2. We had rsvp cards and stamped envelopes – but only because I’m a stationary nut and nothing makes me happier than recieving post – it’s sad really. We shopped around& got our invites from US site Hello Lucky and it was very reasonable but if you haven’t got a neurotic addiction to snail mail then I can see why lots of people don’t include them.

  3. We didn’t include RSVP cards with our but we did include a postal address and the URL for our wedding website with an option to RSVP online. I’d say we got about 70% of our responses online through our site. The rest were mainly postal – and I was so glad we didn’t include RSVP cards because we got a gorgeous selection of cards in those postal responses

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