Addressing wedding invitations can sometimes seem tricky. If you are looking for wedding invitation etiquette or help assembling your invitation then you can go here. Otherwise the following tips will help you to properly address your wedding invitation envelopes.
You should address the envelopes with either calligraphy or really neat
handwriting. I know that that it is so much simpler to just type all of
the names out in an Excel spreadsheet and then do a mail merge so that
you can use peel and stick labels but . . . this should not be done.
First impressions are everything. The invitations set the stage for what your guests will be expecting for your wedding and reception. It doesn't have to cost you a lot of money to do your envelopes.
I had a friend that took calligraphy classes at a community college so that she could do all of the calligraphy herself. But if you decide to do this then you should give yourself plenty of time to address all of the envelopes. You could also do a monogram wax seal on the back (I really like those).
The outer envelope is used to get the wedding invitation to its proper destination. The return address should be printed on the flap of the outer envelope. Formal names should be used on the envelope such as
The envelope should be addressed to the heads of the household; children should be mentioned on the inner envelope.
You can use a wedding invitation catalog to get ideas for the wedding invitations that you would like to use for your wedding. You should visit here for Weddings & Invitations Catalogs.