PHOTO: This Is the Best Wedding RSVP Card We’ve Ever Seen (Plus 31 Other Fun Options For RSVP-Card Wording)

We love a wedding with a sense of humor.

We love a wedding with a sense of humor.

I can’t even, I love this so much.

Earlier this week, a Reddit user posted this photo of the RSVP card his sister sent out for her wedding. It’s amazing.




I mean, it's got a little something for everyone. Whether you've ever been a would-be guest to a wedding where what you'd really like to check off is one of the second two options, here—or a fellow bride who knows just how very, very true that fifth one is (what is it with people and sending in their RSVPs?)—it pretty much accurately covers the gamut of truthful responses to a wedding invitation. I know we all love weddings here, but who among us hasn't resentfully attended one?

Oh, and not to mention: the idea to ask your guests to tell you a song that will get them on the dance floor? Genius. Love it.

And actually, I am personally a fan of anything a little untraditional when it comes to the wording of wedding save-the-dates, invitations, RSVP cards—you name it. It's a wedding—a joyful thing!—why not have a little fun with it? If you feel the same way, check out the roundups we found below through HuffPo of non-traditional wording for RSVP cards. You're bound to find one you want to steal—or that'll give you an idea of your own.

Fun ways to word your RSVPs, round one.

Fun ways to word your RSVPs, round two.

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  • LD

    It needs one more line. We are finding out that people are bringing uninvited guests…add a line saying: ( ) Will bring an uninvited guest because we don’t care who you want there or how much you’re paying per plate.