Post # 1
I will be mailing invitations for my daughter’s wedding but I moved and now live out of state from where she, her fiance, and his family live. She lives in an apartment where we dont trust mail to not be stolen, and she is busy finishing her last semester of college, with the wedding 1 week after graduation. I want response cards to come back to me, But should I use her fiance’s house address as the invitation return address so gifts will go there? She will be moving into his house after the wedding.
Post # 3
Do people use the return address as the address to ship presents? Since often parents pay for and arrange the weddings I think their addresses are often used. If the have a registry their correct address will be there as well.
I think you wont have a problem using your own address.
Post # 4
You can use any address that you want to have the replies sent to.
I never have assumed that any gifts should be sent to that address as well.
Post # 5
I would include a seperate card in the invitations simply stating the couples new address. I have only seen a few of them in the last few years, but when I was younger, and before it was normal that couples lived together before the wedding, I saw a ton of new address cards.