(Closed) addressing invitations

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
87 posts
Worker bee

I wish I had good handwriting, or I would address my own envelopes…alas, I kind of have boy handwriting.  Anyway, we tried printing our envelopes using a laser printer, but we couldn’t get the formatting right (square envelopes) plus the ink kind of flaked off the envelope.  So we’re using clear labels and just entering all the addresses into the computer and printing them out.

I have to admit, I was a little against the labels at first…but they are fine.  We’re using the the same font that’s on our invitations and they look really nice.  It’s also WAY easier and cheaper than writing them myself or having them calligraphed (which would look wonderful, but is a wee bit out of our price range)

Post # 4
378 posts
Helper bee

We just did ours last night on our laserjet printer and they look awesome. We used the same font and color as our invites (Papryus in blue).

I just created a Word document in the same size as the envelope (A7) and tested it on normal paper to get the way to insert the envelope correctly and it worked great. It was very easy, looks cool and connected to the invites, and it only took us two "Top Chefs" to do!

Good luck! Don’t worry. Whatever you choose will be great. As long as you like it, that’s all that matters. 

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