Wedding invitations are used to invite your guests to attend a wedding/wedding reception, you need to know whether your guests come or not. In order to know that, you have to mail your wedding invites with response cards about 6 weeks before your wedding date. For the details about response card etiquette, we collect some samples of response cards to help you get a rough understanding about it.
The response card is typically the smallest card accepted by the postal service and usually is in the same style with your invitation. You can indicate the number of people who will attend your wedding on the response card. And if you use response card, it needs to be easy for your guests to understand and use. And you’d better include a self-addressed return envelope so your guest can easily send the response card back to you.
Here are some templates you can use on your response card:
Please respond by DATE, YEAR
________we’d be delighted!
________we regret to decline
M _____________________ ___ will ___ will not attend
Number of persons ____
R.s.v.p. by DATE, YEAR
Please let us know
if you will join our celebration
by DATE, YEAR
Number attending ________
______accepts with pleasure
______declines with regrets
Kindly respond on or before
____will attend ____not able to attend
Number of persons _____
Please reply by DATE, YEAR
_____ accepts _____ regrets
Choice of entree:
____ Prime Rib
____ Chicken Kiev
We look forward to celebrating with you at
Please RSVP by DATE, YEAR
by calling the XXXX at XXXX (Tel.)
We would be honored by your presence
at our Wedding Ceremony.
Please RSVP by
DATE, YEAR by mail or through the