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Proper Etiquette For Wedding Invitations Envelopes

Proper Etiquette For Wedding Invitations Envelopes

Children and Families. Younger guests can be included on the inner envelope of their parents' invitation by their name(s)—they should not be addressed on the outer envelope. For girls under 18, use “Miss." Boys don't need a title until they're 18—then they're addressed as "Mr."
Here are some other helpful tips for addressing your outer envelopes: Do not abbreviate except for Mr., Mrs. or Ms. Do not use symbols. Spell out the word "and." Do not use initials. Use figures only when writing house numbers and zip codes. Write out the words "Street," "Boulevard," "Avenue," etc.
Allow plenty of time to address, assemble, and mail all invitations. Order extra envelopes—inner and outer—in case of errors. Consider the reply address you will wish to use. Guest responses and gifts are likely to be sent to the return address on the outer envelope.
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