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How To Address Your Wedding Invitations: Wedding Wednesday

How To Address Your Wedding Invitations Lafayette Wedding Photographer

Addressing wedding invitations can be a daunting task, but it's an important part of the wedding planning process. Here are some tips on how to address your wedding invitations:

Address The Envelopes Formally

Wedding invitations are a formal affair, so it's important to use formal language when addressing the envelopes. Use titles like "Mr.", "Mrs.", "Ms.", or "Dr." to show respect.

Use Full Names

Address the envelope using the full name of the recipient. Avoid using nicknames or abbreviations.

Spell Out The Address

Write out the entire address including the street, city, state, and zip code. Avoid using abbreviations, unless it's necessary for space.

Use Proper Salutations

Use "Dear" to address the recipient of the invitation. You can use "Mr. and Mrs." for couples, or "Ms." for single women.

List The Names In Alphabetical Order

If you are inviting a family, list the names in alphabetical order based on the last name.

Include "and Guest" For Single Guests

If you are inviting a single guest and they are allowed to bring a guest, include "and guest" on the envelope after their name.

Include The Inner Envelope

The inner envelope is optional but it's a good way to clarify who is invited. The inner envelope includes only the names of those invited, such as "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" or "The Smith Family.”

Comply With Postage Regulations

Some invitations will require more postage due to their size. Make sure you are checking with your local post office to make sure you are using the correct postage.

Double Check Names and Addresses

Remember to proofread the invitations and double-check the spelling of the names and addresses. You want to make sure the invitations are accurate and go to the right people.

By following these tips, you can create beautiful wedding invitations that show your guests how much you care.



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