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Wedding Invitation Addressing Guidelines

We love hearing from the brides and grooms we work with about the excitement, the happy tears and shrieks of joy that overcome them when they open a package from us. It’s often the moment when the reality of your big day approaching kicks in after seeing your name next to your fiance’s name printed on a wedding invitation. It’s one of the best parts of our job.

The next step though, can sometimes bring that joy to a halt when you realize you have a guest address list to organize and envelopes to address. Well, we’re here to help with that too!

Dauphine Press Advice on Addressing Wedding Invitations

First of all, there’s wedding etiquette in place to help you answer all of the tough questions you might have during the wedding planning and invitation addressing process. We love that you can always trust wedding etiquette and feel confident about the decisions you make with etiquette as your guide. But, we always suggest that you trust your instincts too. If something doesn’t sit right with you or you feel you have a special case – go with your heart and what feels right for you and your family.

OK, now to the good part! Here are our favorite sources for getting everything just right and feeling confident about putting your wedding invitations in the mail:

– The Crane & Co. Wedding Blue Book is a great source for traditional wedding etiquette and all of those helpful tips are online too!

– Here’s a great link for tips from the ever-helpful Emily Post.

– With tips for addressing and beyond, this Martha Stewart Weddings article is a great read!

– And of course, all of our retailers are a great resource too!

We feel that every step of the wedding planning process should be fun and enjoyable so we hope that these tips are helpful. Happy addressing!

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