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Assembling and Addressing Your Wedding Invitations...


Assembling Your Invitations

Here is the proper way to "stuff" the envelopes for your wedding invitations:

  • The response card will go in its' own envelope.
  • Place tissue paper over the invitation (to ensure against any smudging).
  • Place the invitation in the ungummed inside envelope. Be sure that the fold-side is down and face-side is toward the flap.
  • All other enclosures are placed inside that envelope on top of the invitation.
  • Place the inside envelope in the outer mailing envelope.
  • Be sure it is face-side toward the flap.

Addressing Your Invitations

Instructions for addressing your wedding invitations:

The invitations should be addressed by hand using black or blue ink (some use the theme color of the wedding).
Common titles such as Mr., Mrs., and Ms. can be abbreviated.
Formal titles such as Doctor, Reverend and Captain should be written.
If you are sending an invitation to a teenager, be sure to put a title before their name (Miss, Mr.).
If you are sending an invitation to a guest and their children, do not put the children's names on the outer envelope. Address it to the parents and include the children's names on the inner envelope. Their name should be listed below the parents' names on the inner envelope.
Be sure to also include the street address and zip codes on the outer envelope. The street name and state should be spelled out.



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Performing spiritual, civil, Christian and civil ceremonies throughout Colorado.  Wedding officiate and Colorado pastor performing marriage ceremony, renewal of vows, civil ceremonies, non-denominational  cultural, Christian and Spiritual Ceremonies in Northern Colorado.  Estes park elopement, Greeley elope in Rocky Mountain National Park as well as throughout CO and Wyoming.  Offering rehearsals and weddings in fort Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Longmont, Cheyenne, Laramie, weld county, Larimer county boulder county and more.  Assisting with marriage license in the State of Colorado.  Estes Park wedding photography wedding flowers floral design photo galleries of places to get married in Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park areas.  Trained in officiating for marriage ceremonies and weddings as well as elopements. Performing weddings at The Stanley Hotel, Della Terra, Wild Basin Lodge,  Tahara, Lake Shore Lodge, Mary's Lake, Marriott, Holiday Inn in Rocky Mountains Hilton, Radisson Hotel, Brown Palace, Boulderado, Fountains of Loveland, Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch, Lionscrest, Lions Gate, Boetchler Mansion, Chatteau, Butterfly Pavilion, Denver Zoo, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Fountains of Loveland, Robin's Nest, Boetchler's Mansion, Stonecreek Manor,  The Tapestry House in LaPorteand parks throughout CO.