Tag Archives: response cards

April 10

Wedding Stationery Wednesday: Blue Hued Beauties

Inspired by Pantone Mykonos Blue, we’re picking our favorite wedding invitations that match this classic hue. Bold full color invitations or timeless save the date cards with blue accents create a chic wedding theme. Continue the color trend with creative response cards for an extra special wedding stationery suite.

 

Wedding Paper Divas Invitation -- Ornate Engagement

Wedding Paper Divas Save the Date -- Watercolor Tulips

Wedding Paper Divas Invitation -- In Deco Love

Wedding Paper Divas Response Card -- Old World Romance


Wedding Paper Divas Save the Date -- Baroque Scrolls


Wedding Paper Divas Response Card -- At Last

 

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May 1

Ask Etta: Response Woes

While we dish about the hottest trends and latest designs (aka the fun parts of wedding planning!) we also know how stressful prepping for the big day can be. So, we would like to formally introduce you to Etta, our new etiquette expert. She’s ready and happy to delve into your every etiquette dilemma.

Megan Asks…

I am coordinating my niece’s wedding. Her fiance lives out of town and she is traveling a lot for her work. Is it okay to have response cards sent directly to me? If so, what address should used as the return address on the invitation?

Etta Says…

Plan easy, Megan, we see this question all the time. It is certainly okay (common, even) to have the response cards sent directly to you—you’re the one coordinating all the details, after all. And if you’re in charge of keeping tabs on the guest list, we recommend you use your address on the invitation envelopes as well. This way, you can track any that don’t get delivered properly.

Two things to also note…

1. Customers typically leave a name off of the invitation return address, so the wedding guests won’t necessarily know it’s coming from you (if you’re concerned at all about that).

2. For the response card’s return address, it is customary to have at least a last name on the envelope.

We hope this helps. Happy planning!

Have an etiquette question for Etta? Email us at blog@weddingpaperdivas.com and she’ll post an answer for you.

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