RSVPS: Whether you choose to include a card for your guests to drop in the mail, a phone number to call, an email address to reply to, or a website to visit in order to collect your RSVPs, prepare yourself to have to hunt down more than a few people, regardless of your chosen method. We saved paper by only sending physical RSVP cards to our older guests (i.e., those who do not, and never will, own a computer or a smart phone) because we knew we'd have to chase down responses anyway. So we saved a little bit of money where we felt it might be thrown away otherwise. Here are a few more tips for collecting RSVPs.
Flat unfolded cards and traditional card blanks are great if you’re on a budget or don’t have huge amounts of information to include. Wallets are great for including lots of extra information inserts, RSVP cards as well as the main invitations themselves. There are also in_between options that give you the freedom of a wallet on the budget of a traditional card.