Wording Guide - RSVP Card

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It is correct etiquette to send an RSVP card and envelope with your invitation.
The RSVP address should be printed on the RSVP envelope to allow your guests to simply complete the required information, put in the envelope and return it to you via post.
For security of your guest information, it is far better to send your RSVP card with an envelope rather than post card style.
This also allows you to obtain other information from your guests such as dietary requirements, etc. You may order the RSVP card with the guest name/s printed if you wish. This ensures other guests that you have not invited are not added to the RSVP card (eg, young children).

Sample wording:

The Marriage
of
Catherine & Michael

Claire & Anthony (guest names)

(or)
Names ……………………………………………………

accept your invitation with pleasure
decline your invitation with regret

 

Please indicate any special dietary requirements

…………………………………………………………….