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Our RSVP cards are not to be mailed back. They include directions on how to RSVP on our wedding website!diy wedding invitation RSVP

Invite, RSVP front and back.

wedding invitation envelope front

Front of Envelope

wedding invitation envelope back

back of envelope

 

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  • http://oliveyoudeerly.blogspot.com Ashley

    Puh-lease. You rock at this. Did you say graphic design was your major? If not, you could tell people that it was, and we would all believe you. You’re that good. And these certainly do not look handmade. WOW.

    We’re actually doing the RSVP-via-website thing, too, but lemme tell ya, our approaches look SO different!

  • http://koandpo.wordpress.com koandpo

    you did a fantastic job! i love them.

  • http://goodfinking.com Kasia Fink

    Nice touch on the front of the envelopes! Very pretty.

  • http://blushingjoy.blogspot.com Joyce

    You got me hooked on your work!! It’s amazing!!

  • Karen

    Your invitations and RSVP cards are amazing, I’m in the very early stages of planning my wedding (summer 2010) and I will certainly be looking to this site for inspiration. I’m just so impressed with your creativity!

  • http://almosther.blogspot.com/ Meredith

    lovely, lovely!!

  • Melissa

    great job. I love the color of blue. We also had people RSVP through our website. So far it is working great.

  • Katie Mac

    I’m going to marry an Eric Bishop too! So crazy :) (I’m sure you already know this… but did you know that Jamie Foxx’s real name is Eric Bishop??)

  • Sarah

    They look just fabulous! Plus I love the idea of having them RSVP on your wedding website! That saves you a BUNDLE in postage!

  • http://theeverydaybride.blogspot.com/ Colleen @ The Everyday Bride

    O-M-freaking-G! Are you kidding? Please tell me that you did not DIY this amazing invitation set! Please, because it would make me feel like less of a failure if you came out and said that these were, in fact, professionally printed! Oh man – needless to say, you done good!

  • shamika

    I LOOOOVE THESE! Can we please get some details on how you did the envelopes.

  • http://queentakesaking.blogspot.com Amy

    Gorgeous. You are one crafty lady.

  • Nicole-Lynn

    Um, these look fantastic! You need to open up an Etsy shop…

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  • Leika

    LOVE the RSVP cards — what a great idea for the…ehm…less web-savvy guests among us (Mom, you listening?)

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  • Jess

    Lovely!

    I’m considering going the serious DIY route myself, and was wondering: did you have any trouble with your inkjet printer during all this printing?

  • http://weddingbee.com Miss Cheese

    Hey, girl – these are beautiful! Any chance you’re willing to share the wording you used on your RSVP cards? I think that requesting that guests RSVP online is a great idea, but I’m curious how complicated it is on your website. Thanks!

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