What You'll Get
In our email age, old-fashioned written correspondence is a refreshing throwback, like drinking a soda made with real sugar or watching the president hand someone a sword. Write a thank-you note to the past with today's deal: for $15, you will receive $30 worth of custom-printed stationery products and charming gift selections at RSVP in the Village, located in the Prairie Village Shopping Center.
RSVP in the Village knows that invitations set the tone for an entire event, be it a Flemish wedding or a summer barbecue séance, and its staff is dedicated to producing quality prints tailored to every occasion. Personalized invitations, announcements, holiday cards, and ransom notes are printed in two to three days and range from $1.25–$2.50 each. Personalized address stamps ($40), meanwhile, save on hand cramps and quill refills. Custom note cards ($12) and notepads ($22) make it easy to mark off the thank-you notes, Dear John letters, and to-do lists on your to-do list. RSVP also sells useful office accessories such as Linnea calendars ($18–$36), momAgenda planners ($36–$40), and John Adler note cubes ($12.95).
RSVP also stocks an enormous selection of gifts, including personalized plates and platters from LA Plates (from $22), Paddywax candles from the Classic and Garden Crush lines (starting at $20), and sweet-smelling soaps (from $10). Wine Wipes, the gift that no one knew they needed, can be used to discreetly unstain lips, making wine-fueled tirades about Henry Kissinger's love life appear much more lucid. Get your next maypole dance or Batman mitzvah started with a wide stock of products and high-quality print services at RSVP in the Village.
Although RSVP in the Village has yet to receive many online reviews, the store was named a top three store for Best Invitations by CityVoter Kansas City.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Store credit only for any returns. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.