Before dropping your wedding invitations in the mail you might want to check these points, according to Emily Post!

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  • Double check the spelling of your guests’ names before addressing the envelopes.
  • Invitations are always addressed to both members of a married couple.
  • An invitation to an unmarried couple residing at the same address is addressed with both names connected by “and.” Use one or two lines, depending on length.
  • No abbreviations or middle initials are used when addressing formal invitations.
  • If children are invited but are not receiving a separate invitation, their names may be written on a line below their parents’ names on the inner envelope. If no inner envelope is used, children’s names are written on the outer envelope below the names of their parents.



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Don’t let your wedding stationery get you down during the wedding process! Follow our stationery guidelines below to be on top of your save the dates, invitations and day of stationery needs!

7-8 months before wedding date

               set up appointment to plan save the date design

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6-7 months before wedding date

                Send out save the dates. If you have a lot of out of town guests it’s best to send them out 7 months ahead of time.

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4-6 months before wedding date

                  pick out and prepare wedding invitations





2-3 months before wedding date

                      Send out invitations. Have a lot of out of town guests? Plan to send them out 3 months before!




 1-3 months before wedding date

                        plan out and prepare day of stationary such as programs, seating charts, table charts, place cards, favor cards and whatever else you might need for your special day!




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Brides have many concerns throughout the wedding planning process leading up to the big day and one great concern during the invitation process is if guests will bring more guests than the amount you have reserved for them. A rule of etiquette according to Emily Post is that guests never bring more people to the event than what was addressed on the invitations. Even though this is an etiquette rule, many guests still overlook this rule. If you’re worried about guests bringing more people than you invited to your wedding, let us help you with the invitation process and wording!

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