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What customers have to say about our Address Labels

January 17, 2018

Third Time's a Charm!

"I have created return labels three different times, and love each set. It is fun to work with the different designs, fonts, and colors. There are endless possibilities for this quality product!"

January 17, 2018

Perfect

"I love these! Got them in pink and gold for my personal labels. I think they represent me well. I love the size of them too!"

January 17, 2018

I Buy These Labels All The Time

"Every time there is an offer for labels I buy these. I use them for my holiday cards and for party invitations. They are universal and can be used for anything. I have even put them on luggage tags."

January 17, 2018

I liked that you could put a picture on it.

"It is a nice address label and very pretty too."

January 17, 2018

👍

"Great! Love it!"

Blue Address Labels

When it comes to planning a wedding, your mind can easily be pulled in dozens of directions at once. There are so many things to plan and arrange, including delicious catering services, décor, and the all-important venue. As important as it is to make sure the biggest details are all squared away, it is also important to make sure the little details don’t get completely overlooked in all the excitement. Your wedding announcements are one of those small, but immensely important details that you should pay special attention to in the months leading up to your wedding. Here are a few of the most common wedding invitation faux pas to avoid.

1. Don’t Put “NO Children” on Announcements

Specifically stating “no children” on your announcements comes across as rude and uncouth. Instead, address the inner envelope that accompanies each wedding invitation to those who are invited to attend. For example, if you want Bob and Julie to come without bringing their children, address their inner invitation envelope to only them and no one else. If you address the envelope to “Bob, Julie and Family”, you are essentially sending them permission to bring whomever they want to bring from their immediate family.

2. Don’t List Alcohol Details

There is no need to list alcohol details on your invitation. It is not pertinent information and it shouldn’t affect who does or does not attend your celebration. 

3. Don’t Hand-Write Your Return Address

No bride-to-be has time to hand-write her return address on every single envelope. You will have big enough challenge on your hands filling out the recipient addresses, so save yourself some time by purchasing silver or blue address labels for your wedding announcement envelopes. Add personalized postage stamps to your envelopes to add a surprising touch of charm to each one.

Avoiding common wedding invitation faux pas will help ensure that you don’t offend anyone or make any unintended missteps in the months leading up to your anticipated day.

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Address your envelopes with stylish address labels. Corresponding invitations, gift tags and thank you cards are also available.
Address your envelopes with stylish address labels. Corresponding invitations, gift tags and thank you cards are also available.