Post # 1
So, our Save the Dates don’t have our last names. Mostly, that’s not a problem, but a few people, like friends of FI’s parents and friends of my parents, may be slightly confused – we also don’t have a picture! The template we used didn’t have last names, and I didn’t like it when I tried to add it. So now I’m totally confused about the return address! I wanted to make sure last names were on there, but I planned to use my parents’ address. I live with Fiance and his parents right now, but my parents are hosting. I feel like it should be my parents’ names and address, but at the same time, Fiance and I live on the west coast and are having our wedding here, and my parents live on the east coast, so having them coordinate RSVPs may be difficult. I have no idea what to do!!!
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I think it’s just fine to put both your names on the return address for anything, because it’s way more practical. Especially the save the date, for which the return address doesn’t have to mean anything.
Also, you could always put yourselves as the return address on the envelope, and then your parents’ address on the envelopes for the RSVP
Post # 4
@tirralirra: For the save-the-dates I think you should just put your name and address. You won’t be getting RSVPs from save-the-dates so I would not worry about that at the moment. Plus, this way you will know pretty quickly if one gets returned. No one will notice if you use a different address on the wedding invitation reply cards in a few months.
Post # 5
For our save the dates we put each of our first initial & our last names and have the address of the house we own on it.