Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: laptop, notebook, and a yellow cup on a desk

How is it that RSVPs seem to simultaneously make wedding planning easier and harder?

You can’t plan a wedding without getting a proper headcount of how many guests are coming and which wedding events they’re attending. But collecting all those RSVPs, counting them, following up with everyone who forgot to RSVP, recounting them, and adding all those names to your wedding planning spreadsheet — it’s a lot.

However, if you choose the right wedding invitations with RSVP cards built in, your wedding stationery will basically act as your wedding secretary. You’ll be able to collect RSVPs, meal selections, and the names of plus ones, all in one place.

Here’s a look at 11 gorgeous wedding invitations with RSVP cards, plus tips on how to use them to make handling RSVPs a breeze.

11 Wedding Invitations With RSVP Cards

We’ve collected 11 beautifully designed wedding invitations with RSVP cards. This stunning stationery will help you choose your wedding invitation suite and get you one step closer to walking down the aisle.

These digital wedding invitations were created by independent designers. They’re just as beautiful as their printed counterparts with realistic cardstock textures, lined envelopes, stamps (that you can customize), and sticker closures.

1. North Cascades Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: North Cascades Invitation

Design: National Park Foundation

Deckled-edge paper and watercolor tone-on-tone flowers give this floral wedding invitation a romantic aesthetic. Inside, sophisticated all-caps and italicized text leave plenty of room for all of your wedding details. The invitation suite features complementary ombre watercolor hues on save the dates and thank you notes.

2. Cascading Foil Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: Cascading Foil Invitation

Design: Owl and Toad

The cascading rose gold frame on this modern invitation appears to shimmer in the light. The velvety backdrop is available in an array of hues, like teal, black, navy, gray, taupe, and pink. Sleek white text puts the couples’ names front and center, surrounded by stylized event details. A shimmery gold envelope and colorful liner complete the look.

3. Amelie Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: Amelie Invitation

Design: Inspired by Luly Yang

You can practically feel the texture of the fabric on this elegant wedding invitation. Delicate lace rests on a satin background, framing romantic script and sweeping text for all of your wedding details. The ethereal look is perfect for the classic couple.

4. Sophisticated Damask Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: Sophisticated Damask Invitation

Design: Becky Nimoy Stationary

Letterpress is one of the most expensive invitation styles, unless you go the digital route. This sophisticated damask foliage frame has a letterpress effect that looks as good as the real thing. The artwork is inspired by antique Chinese and Italian patterns with subtle modern touches and a custom envelope liner.

5. Luxurious Lace Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: Luxurious Lace Invitation

Design: Signature Greenvelope

You can practically run your fingers across this elegant lace card. With the look of laser cut invitations (but without the hefty price tag), this digital invite has as much texture as a paper invite. It features classic typeface for all of your wedding details, and it pairs with equally stunning save the dates and thank you notes.

6. Pressed Palms Invitation

Wedding invitations with RSVP cards: Pressed Palms Invitation

Design: WonderWed

With a border of letterpress palm fronds, this chic invitation is perfect for a tropical destination wedding. The crisp, white background keeps the look understated and elegant while the embossed leaves add visual depth.

7. Eucalyptus Frame Invitation

Eucalyptus Frame Invitation

Design: Molly My

With rose gold foil and watercolor greenery, this lovely invitation provides a modern take on the classic floral wedding motif. Your wedding details will be surrounded by hand-painted rosemary and eucalyptus leaves, and the back of this card provides room for additional details or a personal letter to your guests.

8. Metallic Brush Stroke Invitation

Metallic Brush Stroke Invitation

Design: Stacey Meacham Design, LLC

For modern couples, this minimalist design is simple and striking. The rose gold brush stroke appears to catch the light, which draws guests’ eyes down your invitation as they read each wedding detail. It’s available in three additional colors, each with a different metallic shade at the bottom to complement the design.

9. Wildwood Invitations

Wildwood Invitation

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This rustic wedding invitation features a rich wood grain paired with a delicate floral pattern. The design itself is an irresistible partnership between masculine and feminine motifs. It’s available in two different wood tones, each with the white floral pattern appearing to have been hand-carved into the wood.

10. Desert Flora Invitations

Desert Flora Invitation

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This watercolor invitation is full of boho charm. The design is ideal for desert destination weddings or any wedding where succulents will feature in the floral design. The hand-painted watercolor cacti on this invite encircles your wedding details just like the flowers would on a more traditional floral wedding invitation, making it a charming take on a classic theme.

11. Enthralled Invitations

Enthralled Invitation

Design: Itsy Belle Studio

The swirling blue watercolor and gold foil on this bold design have the same depth and texture as the ocean when viewed from above. Your wedding details appear at the center in clear modern typography while the envelope adds even more texture with its gorgeous raw edges. This design is also available in green, gray, burgundy, and black color schemes that are reminiscent of sliced geodes. You can also use the matching save the date and thank you notes. 

Why Online RSVPs Are Easier Than Paper Reply Cards

Save The Date wedding invitation cards

If you thought the salesperson at that boutique wedding stationery shop was accommodating, just wait until you see how accommodating online invitations can be.

Online invites cut down on waste and carbon emissions, and they’re a lot easier on your wallet. Invitations with paper response cards and a pre-stamped envelope cost $530 on average. With digital invites, you can get your entire wedding invitation suite with save the dates, thank you cards, and rehearsal dinner invitations for less than half that cost.

And paperless wedding invitations not only save you money, but they also save you time. You won’t have to stuff envelopes with invites and enclosure cards, and with impressive RSVP features, they can take a lot of the pressure out of planning.

Here are a few of the other benefits of using online wedding invitation cards with digital RSVP features.

Enjoy Endless Customization

You can customize nearly every part of an online wedding invitation template from the font to the colors to the RSVP features. Personalize your invitation wording, add your wedding date, include a link to your wedding website, and set your RSVP deadline in just a few clicks.

Send Them Out in Seconds

Wedding invitation card on a computer screen

Once your invitations are ready, you can import your guest list from a spreadsheet, your email address book, or the guest list from a previous party. So if you used online engagement party, bachelorette party, or bridal shower invites, or even sent online holiday cards or save the date cards, they’ll still be stashed in your address book.

Never Worry About Lost Invites

When you’re ready to hit send, we’ll automatically verify each email address to minimize bounce backs. Unlike paper invites and RSVP postcards, you won’t have to worry about your digital invites and RSVPs getting lost in the mail.

Spend Less Time Sending Out Reminders

After your wedding guests start to send in their replies, you can send private messages to individual guests, track RSVPs, and get daily updates and RSVP notifications. Plus, you can schedule automatic reminders to alert guests of the upcoming RSVP deadline. That means you won’t have to individually text your cousin, that friend from college, or your old roommate with a friendly reminder that they still need to mail in their wedding RSVP cards.

Personalize RSVPs and Add Survey Questions

Whenever you’re sending party invitations for a large event, there are a lot of moving parts. You’ll need to provide the caterer with meal selections, give the venue a seating chart, and forward song requests to the DJ. Digital wedding invitations with RSVP cards do all of this heavy lifting for you by allowing you to create survey questions.

You can create multiple choice questions for meal selections, use checkboxes to find out which events each guest will attend (rehearsal dinner, the ceremony, the reception, and so on), and add free responses for things like song requests. When a guest responds that they will attend your event, they are redirected to your RSVP page where they’ll be prompted to answer your survey questions.

Once all of your guests have RSVPed, all you have to do is export the information and hand it out to your wedding vendors. The DJ will have everyone’s song requests. The caterer will know your guests’ meal selections. The printer will have proper spellings for wedding programs. And you and your fiancé will have everything in place to easily create your seating chart.

Navigate Plus Ones With Digital RSVPs

Table setting with flowers

Digital wedding invitations with RSVP cards also allow you to update plus ones and request guest information. When you create your contact list, you can specify how many guests from that household are invited. This not only explains plus ones, but it also helps clarify whether children are invited, and so on.

Traditional wedding invitation etiquette states that only married couples and those in a committed relationship are required to have plus ones, but of course, you can choose to give everyone a plus one!

In the case of digital wedding invitations with RSVP cards, you can collect plus ones’ names so that you’ll never have to write “Brian Smith and Guest” on a table place card.

So what do you do when your best friend from high school asks if she can bring her new sweetheart? You can hop in and edit the settings at any time. You can even wait to see if you receive fewer responses than you anticipated and add a few extra plus ones.

Say Yes to Online Wedding Invitations With RSVP Cards

Your big day may still be a ways away, but as it comes closer, your wedding to-do list is going to start to feel very full. Online wedding invitations with RSVP cards make the process so much easier.

With Greenvelope, you can choose from hundreds of curated wedding invitations created by independent designers. Then, customize your invitation design and response preferences to gather information about plus ones and ask survey questions for meal selection and song requests.

You’ll have all of the information ready to pass out to your wedding day coordinators. It’s like having a virtual wedding planner. So go ahead and check that off your list!