Monday, 16 September 2013

Tips for wording your wedding stationery - 3

Tips for wording your reply card - 

Added to your handmade wedding invitations, it is always best to include an RSVP or reply post card.  Reply cards can be a very useful way to ask your guests questions to help you organise, so think about anything you would like to know. Below are some popular questions and ideas of how to word them.

  • A space for names is traditionally provided at the top of a reply card 
  • Attendance - eg. Would love to attend, Sorry, we are unable to attend or I am/We are able to attend or another less formal example - I/We wouldn't miss it for the world!
  • Dietary - This is a very important part to your reply card.  It will help organise the reception meal in advance.  Add wording like - Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements or We will be serving (enter the type of dish you will be serving, such as fish) please let us know if you have any special requirements. If you have a choice on your menu you can ask your guests preference in advance in the following way. Please indicate your choice of: Beef, Fish, Vegetarian (as below)

  • Reply Date - Lastly at the bottom of the card add the reply date.

Our Reply postcards (see above) have the host's name and address printed on the reverse side, so that guests are encouraged to add a stamp and return by post. Prices start at £1.80 each (between 31 -100 items).

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