Post # 1
I’m having a bit of a crisis. I thought I had my invitations all worked out, but I’m second guessing my choice for the sticker I’m using as a "seal" on the outer envelope. Right now it’s got the return address and a similar motif to the invitations. I just am not happy with how the picture on them turned out.
I want to redo the seals, and I’m wondering what the ettiquette is on using return addresses on the outer envelope. Do you write it on the upper left hand corner as you do on a normal envelope? Should I keep it on the seal? I guess I need a return address somewhere in case I have an incorrect address, right?
Post # 3
I put my return address on the back flap of the envelope. I am not sure what the protocol (or ettiquette) truely is but I found the invitation to be less cluttered with the return address on the back.
Definitely include it though, because you will likely find that you have mis-typed/written an address, and you will want to know who that is, the only way USPS can back track it is with a return address.
Post # 4
You definitely need a return address on there. I had a couple invites come back- and the addresses were correct so the post office sent them again without charging me additional postage. But if I hadn’t had the return address, I would never have known!
I also had the return add on the back flap.
Depending on how your seal looks- just make sure the address is obvious enough for the post office to find.