Post # 1
I have ordered the inner envelope to the invitations, and the papier is stating that the inside should be addressed (just names) as well. It’s almost a $1 to print, and I have the worst penmanship. Does the inner envelope really need to be addressed? I simply got the inner envelope bc that is how I’ve always seen formal invtations being sent. Help!
Post # 3
What about printing them on your own printer? Or asking a friend or relative with better handwriting?
I don’t think they absolutely have to be written on though.
Post # 4
The main reason, in my opinion, to write on the inner envelopes is to specify who *Exactly* is invited. Example: You addressed the outer envelope to Mr. and Mrs. Smith, but on the inner envelope you also listed their 3 children. Obviously if you specify no children at the wedding then thats not a problem. Or if you plan to send a separate invitation to every adult in the same household, no problem. I found it useful, however, to clarify which precise invdividuals were invited by printing their names on the inner envelopes.
As long as you have a means to make it clear who you’re inviting, I don’t think you need to write on the inner envelope. But if you do want to write on them, maybe you could use your printer at home like pp suggested?
Post # 5
Sounds like Moh and BM to the rescue! Can they help? I think if you have an inner envelope, it should be addressed.