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The term “RSVP” comes from the French word “répondez, s’il vous plaît,” which means “please reply”. An RSVP Card which usually comes with the Invitation are used by the hosts to get confirmation from a guest if they will be attending the event.

While some couples opt for a more casual invitation, preferring a response through call, email or a personal written note but for more a formal wedding event a Response Card might be required. Thankfully, there are a lot of available and convenient RSVP template to match the theme and setting for your wedding!

There are a wide variety of designs that are suited for casual to a more formal wedding but below is a common style you will find in RSVP Cards.

RSVP Wording

While there isn’t exactly a “correct” way of writing a response card there are necessary details you must include.

  1. RSVP Reply Due Date. Below are few ways you can request the RSVP Date.
  • Your reply is requested by October 20th
  • Please respond by October 20th
  • RSVP by October 20
  • The favor of a reply is requested on or before October 20th
  • Kindly respond by October 20
  1. Guests Name. The M in the reply card is meant to signify the first letter of the formal salutation (Mr., Mrs., Miss or Ms.) followed by the name of the guest and if applicable, the name of the spouse and children who will also be attending.
  2. Accept or Decline Checkbox. Checkbox for whether the guest will be attending the wedding or not.
  3. Number of Attendees. Great for inviting a large number of families with children and knowing the exact guest count to plan for the menu, seating chart, place cards and other details.

Things to Consider

  • Make the RSVP Deadline 2 to 3 weeks before the wedding. It will give you an ample time to contact anyone who hasn’t replied, give a final head count to your caterers, finalize the seating chart and apply the finishing touches to centerpieces and other decors.
  • Numbering your guest list and writing the corresponding number on the back of each rsvp card may solve the problem of guests forgetting to write their names and illegible name writing.
  • Adding a return address, possibly with contact details (phone number and email), and stamping on the envelope will help the guest send easily their rsvp cards back to you.
  • Make sure the return address is the address of the person responsible for gathering the cards and keeping track of the guest list.

Check out our collection of beautiful and elegant RSVP Cards and Envelopes!

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We also offer Self-mailing Response/Return Postcard. No envelopes required.


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Get creative with your Homemade Easter Cards with our Bright Colored Cards!

Easter is wonderful time to celebrate with loved ones ⁠— Whether you’re inviting family and friends for an Easter party or sending well wishes to loved ones a personal customized cards are an excellent way to express a meaningful and sincere message. From a simple greeting to a more elaborately designed card adding that personal touch creates warmth and depth to your projects.

Creating DIY cards may not be your expertise but whether you’re a novice or a skilled crafter, there’s an achievable Easter card to share the spring joy!

For the materials we will be needing:

  • Foldover Card
  • White Cardstock
  • Colored Cardstock Paper
  • Pen or Marker
  • Scissors
  • Glue


Step 1

Cut out 2 egg shapes with one shape slightly larger than the other.

Make sure to use the white cardstock for the bigger egg and the colored cardstock for the smaller egg.

Create a pattern (wavy, curly, etc.) using the white cardstock to create a unique design for the egg.

Glue the pattern on to the colored egg shape and trim the parts that over extend from the egg.

Glue the colored egg on top of the white egg shape.

Step 2

Repeat step 1 but with different pattern for the other eggs.

Step 3

Create a cylinder shape.

Cut out small rectangle strips in varying sizes.

Glue the strips in the back of the cylinder shape to resemble a nest.

Step 4

Glue the eggs on the foldover card first.

Glue the nest on top of the eggs.

Make sure you have an ample space to where you’re going to put the greeting or text.

Step 5

Add a short sweet message or greeting at the bottom and you’re all set!

Have a pleasant Easter!


Colors can also bring out a certain effect to your cards. We offer extensive options of brilliant colors for your cards and envelope needs, whether you want the passionate red color to the cute blushing pulsar pink tone, we got it all for you!



Matching envelopes are available separately.

Our cards are made from sturdy and thick card stock with a gorgeous bright color finish. It offers rich color reproduction, superior image quality and excellent opacity without the cost of a premium paper. Its dependable performance ensures a trouble-free run so you can focus on creating a superior printed piece. These smooth sheets are guaranteed non-smudge ink printing, so images still look vibrant, pure and clean that shine your craft.


For the perfect envelope to include with your card, see our A-size Envelopes listing!