Post # 1
Where should the return address go on the envelopes for my save-the-dates/invitations??? (also for the RSVP’s)
Should it go to:
1. My mother since she is the one listed as “invites you to celebrate the marriage of her daughter… on and on”?
2. Should the return address go to FI and I (seems awkward to send them back to me since my mom is “hosting”)? FI and I are paying but that isn’t something I necessarily want the guests to know, my mom is still fulfilling the “hosting” role although FI is paying (mom would pay if she could).
What is more formal? Also FI and I are moving, so if we send them back to us the save-the-date return address will be different from the invitation return address, although if they needed returned we would get the save-the-dates back in the mail before we moved.
This question is also for the wedding RSVP’s, again since my mom is “hosting” should the RSVP’s be returned to her???
Post # 3
Since you are moving, it should be your mom’s return address. If there’s any chance that the invitations would not make it to your current address, you should not use it.
Post # 4
@juliana192: They would be forwarded, and I’d assume they would be returned before we moved (sending them out in early March, not moving until mid-May), but thanks for the info!!! I thought they should go to my mom too but I just wanted to check :-)!!!
Post # 5
I would also just send them to your mom’s house since your moving as long as she is ok with keeping track and giving them to you.
Post # 6
ugh, answered before I finished reading. If you’re moving, I’d have them sent to your mom so that everything goes to one place.
Post # 7
@MrsTywinLannister: IMO you guys sould just have them come to you guys so that its easier for you to keep track. As far as moving, as long as you guys forward your mail to your new address that shouldn’t be an issue. And I don’t think anyone would notice if the address on your STD was different than the invitation, so I wouldn’t worry about that 🙂