If you have been trying to find the perfect way to show off your child’s personality the RSVP card may be the perfect way to do it!
With a little creativity, you can turn a great Bar Bat Mitzvah invite into the most talked about part of the event.
And just an FYI, according to Peggy Post, great-granddaughter of manners maven Emily, it is absolutely ok for you to reach out to people to request they send in their RSVP cards once the date has passed!
This vintage sports-themed reply card from Low Schmaltz turned each element of a classic event ticket into the RSVP info
Out of the Box NY included two RSVP cards for guests to choose from
From Dara Grunberg of Dear Friends, this Basketball themed RSVP scores big time
Rsvp-to-me created a Mad Lib inspired RSVP card with a sentence that required guests to fill-in the blank,
“When the invitation arrived we (past tense verb) and (exclamation phrase!)”
Becca Goldberg of Suite Paperie offers a colorful splatter paint RSVP perfect for an art-themed Bar or Bat Mitzvah
TheCoolestGiveaways.com features a great lacrosse design that is the perfect way to celebrate your child’s Mitzvah and the sport
Little Black Dress Paperie created the perfect RSVP using the girl’s name and keeping with her “sweet” theme
Your guests can RSVP via text message with their mobile phone inspired response card which coordinates with their iMitzvah invitation suite from BarMitzvahCards.net
The Invitation Lady incorporated the Bar Mitzvah boy’s name into the RSVP
Elegantly Stated used the Bar Mitzvah boy’s initials for a very creative RSVP making it more personal
Paper Works and Events created a modern 2 color letterpress RSVP on 1 side, solid mat board on the other, and an orange foil stamped address on a blue envelope
On this glow-inspired RSVP from Alexandra Bisono, there is a space for a hand written note below each response
Did you have a great RSVP card for your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah invitation? Please share it with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.