FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with Minted.
One of my favorite new “trends” are the wedding invitations that include rsvp cards.
It’s not a “new” idea but it’s one that should’ve been a part of the invitation buying process since day one.
Everyone knows you need to include rsvp cards with your invitations, so it only makes sense — and saves money and paper — by including the response cards right with your invites.
We spotted these unique wedding invitations that include rsvp cards over at Minted and we couldn’t wait to show them to you. If you’re a couple who doesn’t want the added fuss of ordering rsvp cards and envelopes to go with your invitations, these are for you. Take a look!
Wedding Invitations That Include RSVP Cards
These unique invites are appropriately named “All-In-One” wedding invitations and they’re exclusively by Minted. These invitations include rsvp cards (a postcard style) with a perforated edge so guests can tear ’em off and mail them in.
Since you add the postage on the other side — and, that’s postage for a postcard, so it’s less money than a standard stamp — guests simply fill in their response and put it in the mail.
No envelope needed.
Did I mention there’s no envelope needed for the ENTIRE invitation, not just the rsvp card? It’s true. Think of all the paper you’re saving simply by buying invites with RSVP cards included and no envelope for the outside of the invitation.
Here’s how it works: you simply fold the invitation and seal with 3 clear stickers (all included) on the center and both sides of the flap. Send. No envelope required! Inside the invitation, you’ll find the perforated RSVP postcard, pre-addressed and ready to be dropped in the mail. Just add a stamp!
Like I said, this idea of invites with rsvp card included is something that makes total sense! I wish these were around when I got married. :)
Here’s a few stand out invitations we love. Don’t forget, there’s plenty more to see here.
Invitations with RSVP Included
This invitation is called Galleria and is by artist Kelly Schmidt.
Love a bold floral print? You’ll enjoy Flourishing by designer Beth Schneider, shown below.
For a chic black-and-white wedding invite, turn to this style by artist Jill Means. I love the hint of gold.
Feeling whimsical? A polka dotted invitation style by Shirley Lin Schneider is a fun option.
These Snippet invites remind me of winter. I especially like the design in this color. Designed by Sarah Brown.
And last but not least, check out these botanical eucalyptus invitations. You can choose your color preference; I like the one shown here best. By Four Wet Feet Studio.
There are dozens more of these wedding invitations that include rsvp cards: shop here now to see them all!
By the way, if you’re lovin’ this style but not quite ready to commit, try a FREE sample here! You’ll get a chance to see an invitation, right in your hands. It’s always a great idea to try a sample first.
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Minted.