Post # 1
My mom and I were halfway done stuffing invitation envelopes when I noticed a typo on our map enclosure. It says VIRGINA instead of VIRGINIA. I read over the card so many times and never caught it. I’m so bummed. It’s too late to reprint, and my brother designed the maps so I want to include them. Should I correct it somehow on the website or elsewhere, or just not worry? Luckily it’s not the invitation itself- just an enclosure, but still, it stinks.
Post # 3
I would probably just let it go. It might be one of those cases where it’ll look worse if you try to fix it than if you just leave it alone…you know? Would it be an easy fix where you could just print like a little “IA” on some labels and stick it over it? Or is the background behind it crazy looking that it would be hard to cover?
Post # 4
Unless you can sneakily draw an extra I on them, I’d just include them anyway. Most people will not notice.