QR Codes as RSVP Cards {Ideas and Inspiration}

Do you want to plan a more green and environmentally friendly wedding? Or are you looking for a way to pinch pennies and save money? Well we've got the thing for you! Instead of using post cards or envelopes and notes for your RSVP cards why not use a QR code? Just about everyone nowadays, including your grandmother, has a smartphone and by scanning the QR code your guests will be able to go to a form and fill out a simple yes or no questionere. Here's how!

1. Deciding where you want to send your guests to
You can send your guests to just about any website. If you already have a wedding website with an RSVP feature why not choose that page to send them to? Do you have a blog for your wedding with an RSVP page? Go there! Or create a simple RSVP survey on sites like Survey Monkey or Zoomerang. There's even a website dedicated to collecting your RSVPs for you and will even give you a QR code to use here.

2. Creating the QR code
The QR code can direct people to your wedding website website, blog or a survey page. To create your QR code you just use a QR code generator, like this one, and save the QR code picture to your desktop. You can also track the amount of "hits" you get from your QR code by following this tutorial.

3. Printing your invitations
When deciding on a design for your invitations you can easily incorporate your QR code in them. Simply place them on the back of the invitation if you are using a simple square invite. Or include them on the back of your map card with a cute note saying to turn it around. Just make sure to tell your invitation designer that you want to use a QR code and they can help you find the perfect spot for it.

Other ways of incorporating a QR code into your wedding:
  • Add it to your save the dates and have it link to your wedding website
  • Include it in baby shower invites as a link to your registry or website
  • Make sure your vendors know exactly when and where to be somewhere by adding it to your day-of timeline and create a spreadsheet for each vendor.
  • Place it in your wedding programs with a link to the songs or list of attendants
  • Put it on the back of your thank you cards with a link to your wedding photos

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