Post # 1
My invitations arrived in the mail yesterday and although I love them, I’ve now realized, upon calling the company, that there is no inner envelope to put everything into. I was planning on using that to let people know who exactly is invited to the wedding, i.e. no kids. Now, I’m worried that it will be a free for all if I have no inner envelope to convey that on. Do you think I should go to an office supply store and try to find new envelopes? Have others of you had no inner envelopes?
Post # 3
We didn’t have an inner envelope. If you just write the names of who is invited on the outside envelope and make it clear that only those are invited on the RSVP card you should be fine. If they don’t get it from those two things they’re not going to get it.
Post # 4
If you are really worried about it, either hit up a paper store and find envelopes that work or maybe think about adding a belly band to bind it all together and you can write the names on the belly band.
Post # 5
I do not have an inner envelope (didn’t want to waste the paper,) so I am including the names of invitees on the outer envelope. In addition, I also have a line on the RSVP card that says “we have reserved ___ seats in your honor” to make extra sure that it is clear how many people they can bring.
Post # 6
Like ladyox suggested, we listed who was invited on the belly band and didn’t have any issues.