RSVP Messages

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Traditionally invitations are sent out around 6-weeks before the wedding date, although it is often the case these days to send them much earlier to allow people to organise themselves and their schedules, particularly if family and friends are travelling from abroad or you are holding your ceremony in an exotic location. 

Having a reply by date can help a lot with your planning and preparation and helps to give everyone a clear deadline to work towards.  You’ll also know when to give a ‘gentle reminder’ or nudge people along for a response.  It is good practice to include a reply by date on your day and evening invitations, which we do by default,  and it is now increasingly common to include an RSVP card when sending out your invitations.  Your RSVP can be in the form of a postcard, these are easy to reply and send in the post (and no additional envelope required), or as a card with envelope…often the choice if you have other information to include, such as menu choices, hotel room booking etc.

 

 

R.S.V.P.

Kindly reply by 16th July 2016

…………………………………………..

shall be pleased to accept/is unable to accept

your kind invitation

to the wedding of

Sophie & Matthew

on

Saturday 18th July 2015

Please indicate below if you have 
any special dietary requirements

…………………………………………..

R.S.V.P.

Kindly reply by 16th July 2016

…………………………………………..

graciously accepts/regretfully declines

your kind invitation

to the wedding of

Sophie & Matthew

on

Saturday 18th July 2015

Please indicate below if you have 
any special dietary requirements

…………………………………………..