Inviting children to weddings is always a touchy topic, but if you decide that your guest list can not handle it, your venue may not be ideal, or you don't want the extra stress of adding methods to entertain children to your reception, you have every right to have an "Adult Only" wedding.

How do you make sure of this? If the names of the children are not on the invitation, then it symbolizes they are not invited.  Some pe...

March 18, 2016

There are multiple ways you can address your wedding invitations, and pretty much all of them are considered "Appropriate". Here are some of the most common ones:

 

1. Printing  - Depending on where your invitations are printed, sometimes you will have the option of printing your guests' addresses directly on the envelopes at the same time the rest of your invitation is printed.
    Pros: The look, ink color, and...

As you are sending out your invitations, you most likely are working with a list or spreadsheet to keep all the names, addresses, and replies in one place.

 

Consider adding a column to your list and assign a number to each guest.

 

When you assemble the invitations to go out, write each guest's number on their RSVP card. It doesn't have to be big or obvious, just a little thing in the corner. This way when the RSVP comes back,...

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