Post # 1
I haven’t sealed my invites yet. After this post:
Mailing Public Service Announcement – Use a return address!!
I’m concerned about my RSVP cards. They only have my mailing address on the front – nothing on the back flap.
I know that chances are most of them will reach me… but I don’t want any to get lost in transit.
I really don’t want to use clear labels with my address on back – so I’m thinking about handwriting each address on them.
What do you think? The poll results will determine my fate…. 🙂
There’s about 75 invites, if that makes a difference.
EDIT: not sure if this makes a difference, but I would write the guest’s address on the back flap.
Post # 3
I don’t think it is needed–I always fill out our address on the RSVP I send back, just in case.
If you do end up doing this, why don’t you just put your address on the back flap so even if it gets returned, it gets returned to you. It’s what my company does 😀
Post # 4
I definitely don’t think it’s needed, and actually might find it a little strange to see that someone else has written my address on the back flap/upper left corner of thr RSVP card.
Post # 5
@floridabeachbride: that’s what we did! we pre-printed labels and just stuck it on the back of the envelope. very useful for people who rsvp with “not attending” but don’t put their names down.
Post # 6
I didnt. Personally I wouldn’t worry with it.
Post # 7
Most our guests added their address onto the envelope.
Post # 8
Thanks, hive! My evening free of writing addresses THANKS YOU!!! 🙂
I hope people write their return address on the envelope!
Post # 9
we only had a our address stamp that i bought from etsy. some people added their return addresses to the back, some didn’t. we didn’t have any not delivered because of a missing return address.