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Which return address should you use on your invitations and reply cards? That’s what bride-to-be, Kyra, wanted to know in our most recent Ask Emmaline question! She writes,
[su_quote cite=”Kyra”]Dear Emmaline, I am ordering invitations right now but I have a question. What return address am I supposed to use? My parents? Mine? Help![/su_quote]
We’re here to help! Read on for the answer!
Return Address – Wedding Invitations
Hi Kyra! Great question. According to traditional wedding etiquette, the return address should reflect the person or persons hosting the wedding.
For instance, if the bride’s parents are hosting, the return address would be the bride’s parents address.
If you are hosting the event and you and your fiance live together, have rsvps sent directly to you. If you live separately but are hosting the wedding together, you’ll have to fight over who gets to collect the RSVP cards. ;) I kid. Usually the bride receives them (besides, it’s fun getting mail).
While we’re on the topic of invites and rsvp cards, have you seen these from Chicks and Hens? They’re beautiful!
Hope it helps!
p.s. We love, love, love receiving your wedding advice questions, so keep sending them in! Even if we don’t use it for an upcoming post, we promise to send you back some good advice and maybe a cat video or two.
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