Post # 1
I want to order an embosser for our wedding invitations— I love the monogramm idea so I can use it once we are married as well.
My question is, is it wrong to order one with our last name on it even if we are not married yet to use on the wedding invitations?
What are some of you ladies using for your embosser design?
I have a stamp I am using for other things, and that only has our first names and address, no last name or initial, so I didn’t want to get something that is the same.
PLEASE HELP! 🙂
Post # 3
We did an embosser that had my parents address only. No names. So it was two lines. And I am giving it to them as a gift. That way they can get anything for us if we are not home. i.e. honeymoon. And since we dont have a mailing address yet of our own. I dont think names are necessary on a return address. Just address is fine.
But if you decide you want that, I dont think that people would think that you are wrong for doing that. You could also just do your new last name only with no first names. People know that you are getting married. No harm. I dont think anyone would call you out on it. And they are seriously lame if they do. And have nothing better to do with their lives then be mean to someone about ettiquette…
Saying that.. I had some things that were not good etiquette at our wedding, our ceremony was a little unorganized, some groomsmen and ushers never recieved a boutineer. And no one said anything to us about it. At the end of the day, everyone really had a great time. Even the ones that I thought were so fancy that they would complain. One thing I realized after the wedding was over is dont sweat the small stuff!!