On today’s episode, I’m sharing questions from brides about addressing your wedding save the dates & finding affordable wedding invitations that make a beautiful impression but don’t break the bank.
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Addressing Save the Date Cards
You’re hosting a formal wedding, you want to send formal save the dates. Totally understandable.
Here’s my advice for addressing the names on the envelopes for your save the date cards. For me personally, and with a disclaimer that I’m NOT a stickler for old fashioned etiquette, I think it looks better appearance-wise to skip the formality in favor of “and family” in cases where there are more than a couple of children.
This avoids sloppy, crowded looking envelopes. For example, if one family has just two children, go ahead and spell out the names. But if another family has 11 children – this envelope is going to look like a mess. Not every mailed envelope needs to look exactly the same – no one will know the difference if you use slight variations on etiquette from family to family.
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Thank you, Nicole for this amazing tip!
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