Post # 1
did anyone address their invitations with
“please deliver to:”
followed by the address?
I saw this somewhere and thought it looked cute but wasn’t 100% sure if the post office was okay with it 🙂
Post # 3
I’m not really sure what it means. It had that phrase instead of guests names? Or it had that phrase instead of their names? I’m so confused… and why would you not want to put the names?
Post # 4
I don’t see why it would be a problem – why don’t you address an envelope that way and take it to the post office to see what they say? People do things the post office doesn’t like all the time, like putting the return address on the back of the envelope, but they usually deal with it.
Post # 5
@kperry3: no, instead of just having the names and addresses it said:
please deliver to:
mr. & mrs. john doe
@kirabee: yes, I guess probably should do that. I try to avoid it because the office closest to me is always PACKED! I have become a big fan of the automated postal machine there, but it can’t give me the answers I need
Post # 6
i’m doing this. i don’t see why it would be a problem. the post office has strict “rules,” but most of their rules aren’t followed and still get delivered. for example, the return address has to be on the front…but how many times have you seen it on the back?
Post # 7
It’s not a problem. If you like it, then use it.
Post # 8
@kitzy: our return addresses will also be on the back, so i guess we’re breaking all the rules.