Post # 1
Is it ok to put your new last name on the return address stamp or label for the invitations? I wanted to have one made with our last name and the address only, not our first names. Technically we already live together so it’s not untrue…. Thoughts? Etticquete?
Post # 3
@RiverBride13: The rsvp’s will be mailed before your last name changes.
Post # 4
For my return stamp I included my first & last name as well as my fiance’s. I simply selected a stamp design that fit both names.
Post # 5
My name will already be changed by the time we send out the RSVP’s, so I see nothing wrong with it. I would have probably send them out with a single last name anyway.
I say go for it.
Post # 6
I think it depends on how traditional you are and how formal you want your wedding to be. If your parents are hosting the wedding, it would be more traditional for the rsvps to be sent to them.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2013 - Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
I don’t know if this would work for you, but we had a return address stamp made with just our first names. That way, you can use the stamp for everything pre and post wedding.
Post # 8
I wouldn’t use a last name that wasn’t technically mine yet. We’re just putting our first names on the return address stamp we’re having made.
Post # 9
First names only is a great idea! Thanks!
Post # 10
We used [MyMaidenName] ~ [HisLastName] for the return addresses on our invitations.