Post # 1
Such a great keepsake! It came in about 3 weeks, would be perfect except they spelled FIs first name wrong (though in whoever wrote the envelope’s defense… it’s a very common name with an odd spelling).
Trying to find a frame to put it on our guest book table.
Post # 3
We got ours too– and my FH tore the envelope! Not that the envelope is the important part but still!
So fun! 🙂
Did you send an invitation to Mickey and Minnie Mouse?
Post # 4
So yall just sent an invitation and got this back?
if so thats pretty neat
Post # 5
i think it’s funny they had to use a stamp, since the post office is a government agency lol
Post # 6
@bhs133: Yup – search the Bee and you’ll find the address (there’s a greetings office).
@JenniMichele: No Disney invite, this was cool enough for us 🙂
Post # 7
How COOL! Now, I’m envious b/c we didn’t do that.
Post # 8
That is cool. FH and I are on different sides of the aisle so we sent one to both the WH and the past Pres. Can’t wait to get our replies.
Post # 9
I sent ours on Saturday. I’m so exited, I can’t wait. What is the size of the card? I want to get a frame too.
Post # 11
i am so gonna do this… its really cool!
how do i get the address???.. someone email me and tell me 🙂
Post # 12
The Honorable Barack Obama and Mrs. Obama
The White House
Greetings Office Rm. 39
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20500
For those in England:
The Secretary to Her Majesty
Queen Elizabeth II of England
(You’re not supposed to address the wedding invitation directly to the Queen, but her Secretary. )
Post # 13
@futuremrshc: You also have to be an english resident for her to reply.
Post # 14
@Mrs Hedgehog: Yep. I figured they would be the only people who actually wanted to send her one.
Post # 15
Our response from the white house came faster than most of our RSVPs too! How sad is that? lol. Congrats! =D
Post # 16
I have never addresses an invite so fast in my life!! Yay! Such a great idea!!