Why RSVP Mad Libs Are Winning

Brides: want a fun way to engage your guests before the wedding? Find ‘yes’ and ‘no’ check boxes a bit boring? We’ve found a clever alternative. Introducing RSVP Mad Libs, spotted at Splash Of Silver. This response card is a brilliant twist on a traditional ‘yes’ or ‘no’ response card and we think all responses should come with a mad lib attachment. Guests are given an interactive mad lib-style response card with their invitation to fill out and send back. The result? A humorous (or sentimental) story you get to read, so snail mail + read-aloud mad libs = 1000x more fun. Check it out…

Mad Lib Wedding RSVP Mad Libs Card (by Splash Of Silver) #handmade #wedding

RSVP Mad Libs

On their RSVP mad libs, guests are asked to fill in their name, whether they can or cannot attend, and fill in the blanks of the mad lib story. One of my favorite blanks? “I hope the DJ _____ (does/does not) play _________ (song title)“. What a great way to build (or edit, ha!) your playlist.

Mad Lib Wedding RSVP Card (by Splash of Silver) // RSVP mad libs #handmade #wedding

I loved receiving and reading my wedding rsvp cards. Not only is it obvious that receiving mail is fun, but you’d be amazed how many sweet guests wrote well wishes on the card itself! This RSVP idea takes the fun to a whole new level.

Mad Lib Wedding RSVP Card (by Splash Of Silver) // rsvp mad libs #handmade #wedding
Mad Lib Wedding RSVP Card (by Splash Of Silver) // rsvp mad libs #handmade #wedding

Why isn’t every party response card in mad lib form? :) Grab yours at Splash Of Silver.

Happy Planning!


-E.

Now it’s YOUR turn: would you use these rsvp mad libs? What’s the most creative response card you’ve ever seen?

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  • NYrose

    love this!