Post # 1
It is okay to only put the return address on the envelope without either mine or my fiance’s name? If I do need to put a name should I put mine or my fiance’s? I have our names on the envelopes for the response cards, but what should I put on the outer envelope?
Post # 3
This is what we did – we live together – for the return address on the outer envelopes and RSVP envelopes
Smith – Jones
123 Main St
Nowhereville MI 48000
Post # 4
Not sure if it’s “okay” but I’m putting just the return address without our names on the invitations. They’ll know who it’s from as soon as they open it, and the return address is just for undeliverable mail.
Post # 5
This is exactly what my Fiance and I did. We just put both our last names with a hypen so that all guests recognized one or the other!
Post # 6
@GroovyHippieChick: Darn, wish I would of thought of that. I just put both our full names on the address labels I ordered.
Post # 7
I did just first names and address, no last names, i.e.:
Jane & John
555 Main St.
Anywhere, USA 12345
Post # 8
We used first names only (we live together), but you can put no names or both names or one name. I wouldn’t worry about it. The post office won’t need a name and the guests will know whose wedding it is as soon as they open it!
Post # 9
We got a stamp with our first names and address. I wanted to be able to use it after we were married and I changed my name so that’s the way it worked best for us.
Post # 10
@Mrs. Fireworks: That’s what we did – first names and our address (we live together).
Post # 11
I just did the address with no name at all. 🙂
Post # 12
We had bought an Etsy stamp for everything that needed our address. It had our first names only. We already live together so we used our house address as the address. If you go this route and include just first names, you can use your stamp in the future, versus if it has both last names and you change your last name.
Post # 13
I haven’t gotten to my invites yet but for my save the dates we put: “The Future Mr. and Mrs. ____________”.
Post # 14
I’m just putting our names as the return address, like I would do for any other piece of mail.