(Closed) Return Address Confusion…

posted 11 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
103 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

If your parents are collecting the RSVP’s I would put their address on the envelope. Then you can put a little note in wedding program that says Jill & Bill’s new address is 123 NewlyWed Lane. Please add us to your address book!.

Thats what our plan is as we don’t live together yet either and won’t until May 1 (wedding is May 140

Good Luck!

Post # 4
983 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

The return address is just there in case the invite gets returned. So if your parents know what to do if an envelope gets returned–ie, fails to make it to the addressee (not the RSVP)–then use their address. But if YOU want to deal with things in that instance, then you should put your address on the envelope. The return address and the RSVP address do not have to match. And since you’re not moving until 10 days out from the wedding (in which case I don’t think you’ll be worried about lost invites by that point), you’re fine with using your address.

As to the expense, that’s more of a personal thing. If you’re moving in with your Fiance and planning on taking his name, then it’s easy–just put his last name (no first names) and his address for the stamp and it’ll be ready for use after you move in (which also means that any returned envelopes would then go to HIM and not you, but I’m assuming that you see him often enough!). We chose to suck up the cost for a custom address  stamp (it’s only about $30) because we’ll be moving in about a year. It was mainly for my sanity since I wasn’t about to calligraph our return address 80 times!

Post # 5
54 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

before you buy one from ETSY, try Vistaprint.com. you can get one for free or really cheap! unless you want a really fancy one…

Post # 6
514 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I do love the hand-calligraphed return address stamps on esty. I have my eye on them too! 

I think that if you wanted to invest in one, you can use it to stamp the envelope flap on the outside of the envelope, but use your parents address on response envelopes. 

Also, don’t fret! You will also get to use your return address stamp for the Thank You cards.

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