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Search etsy wedding invitations or RSVP cards and once you find the one u love..u buy it and they send you a link to download the template. And then you can save and edit it yourself so upload it to vistaprint because they allow you to upload your own design. I chose this option because it was cheaper instead of going through a company. I ended up buying envelopes and ribbons from Michael's that matched my colours to jazz it up.
I did my invites and rsvp with vistaprint. However I chose the mailing option because I didnt put much thought into it but technology is the way to go. I was so stressed keeping track with the emails coming in. I would suggest that for older persons that are not technology savvy that you give them the option to mail back their RSVP but for everyone else they can rsvp online. Create a wedding page...I regret not doing it for mines. Save u alot of headache.
I’m sending rsvp cards as well as rsvping through the wedding website as we have many elderly people that would require someone else to rsvp for them if it was all online. i got the rsvp cards that match my invitations through vista print
We ordered our invites off of vista print, they where on sale and we saved a ton of money on them then i got the bridesmaids together and within a couple hours we had all the mailing addresses done and mailed out, i found it alot easier then trying to explain how to RSVP on a website as most of our older family members ended up sending a card back or calling saying they where coming to the wedding.
We are going to order ours from vista print. Lots of designs to choose from and they’re always on sale. You can even further customize them too. As much as I appreciate technology, I prefer the traditional way of mailing invites/rsvps.
We got ours on Vistaprint with our invites for 50% off! Damn good deal! Also doing the old school way and mailing it out. It is so exciting to come home everyday and check to see if there are any RSVPs!