(Closed) writing out “apartment” on invitation envelopes?

posted 10 years ago in Etiquette
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I’m going with option 3 on mine.

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2008 - United Methodist Cathedral & historic downtown hotel in Cleveland

I went with Option 3 for mine.

Post # 5
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Helper bee

I did a version of Option 2:

 3781 Eastern Hills Lane, Apartment #407

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I used option 3

Post # 7
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Blushing bee

Random and totally not what you asked for, by my calligraphy lady wrote it like:

Mr & Mrs. Smith

Apartment 407

3781 Eastern Hills Lane

not that one is right or one is wrong but just fyi. I think I agree with option 3, however if your calligrapher is charging you PER line go with option #2.

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

My calligrapher used a mix of options 1 and 3 (spelled out "Number" but put it on another line — no extra charge though).

Post # 9
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2008

I wrote mine out like option 3.

Post # 10
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I am also doing #3

Post # 12
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2008

Option 1 but don’t spell out number…it’s too long and unnesecary

They way we did it was with Number abbreviated as N with a little o, like the way it is written on a bottle of Chanel No 5 http://www.youlookfab.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/chanel_no5.jpg

It looks elegant, but you don’t have to crowd the envelope or pay extra if your calligrapher goes by number of lines.

 

Post # 13
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I did what Baghdad Bride suggests!  Partly because it looks nice and partly because my hand was getting tired.

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