Wedding Rsvp Wording How to Uniquely Word Your Wedding RSVP Card

Wedding RSVP

After you sent out your rustic wedding invitation it is so thrilling to start to get some responses back in the mail. However, before you can even get to this exciting time you need to order your RSVP cards and it seems that I get an endless amount of emails from brides seeking a little help to come up with creative wedding rsvp wording.

While the traditional wording,  Accepts With Pleasure / Regretfully Declines is still perfectly acceptable it seems some couples are looking for more unique wording for their wedding RSVP card. I did a little searching online, in my archives and through the box of wedding invitation from each wedding I have been invited to (which is a lot since I am at the age where all of my friends are getting married)! Here are a few unique was to word your wedding RSVP cards. See more unique ways to word your wedding RSVP card.

Wedding RSVP Examples

Can’t Wait  /  Sorry To Miss It

Deal Me In  /  Sitting Out

Looking Forward To The Big Day  /  Regretfully Cannot Attend

Can’t Wait To Celebrate  /  Sad To Miss All The Fun

Delighted To Attend  /  Sorry, Can’t Make It

Can’t Wait To Party  /  Bummer! Can’t Make It

Sunscreen Is Packed  /  Raising A Toast From Afar

We Will See You There  /  Sorry To Miss It

Good News, We’ll Be There  /  Bad News, Can’t Make It

Can’t Wait To Be There  /  Party On Without Us

Yes, We’ll Be There  /  We Will Be There In Spirit

A few more of my favorites:

With Bells On  /  Will Be Thinking Of You

Ready To Dance  /  Sorry, My Dance Card Is Full

Count Me In  /  Count Me Out

My Bags Are Packed  /  Can’t Find My Passport

Let The Good Times Roll  /  Roll On Without Me

So Happy  /  So Sad


Creative Ways To Word Your RSVP Card
All RSVP card styles & photos are courtesy of Minted

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  • Reply
    Rachel (Teacher-Chef)
    May 7, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    such great ideas – we did (with the help of my MOH) our own invites and ours read “Rain or Shine… we’ll be there OR Sorry, out of sunscreen & umbrellas”


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    April 9, 2013 at 4:59 pm

    My daughter’s RSVP card was done (by Minted!) as a “Mad Libs” style game. It was fun, all were returned but 1, and the responses were so much fun we posted them on a bulletin board for all to read at the reception!

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    LOOK: Clever RSVP Is Brutally Honest | Wedding Chores
    April 9, 2013 at 4:54 am

    […] Brides can get pretty upset when their guests don’t properly RSVP — one bride charged people who responded “yes” but didn’t show up $35. For some unique RSVP ideas that will hopefully encourage your guests to respond, click here. […]

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    February 7, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    Where is the first RSVP card set from? I love that!

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      March 5, 2013 at 5:13 pm

      I love the first one too! I’d love to use it for mine. Where can I find it?

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        April 9, 2013 at 4:02 pm

        You could always remake it or have a designer whip one up. boom!

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    Savannah (The French Bouquet)
    December 19, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    All of these are adorable and offer great ideas for the “Will” / “Will Not” checkbox. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration!

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