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  • Allow plenty of time to carefully address, assemble and mail all invitations. This can sometimes take weeks to accomplish.
  • Organize a master guest list in useful form. Use file cards, a computer database, or a worksheet.
  • All invitations should be mailed unless they are for immediate family members that live nearby.
  • Before buying stamps, have a completely assembled invitation (or two if variations: one for local guests, another for out-of-town guests that may include additional enclosures) weighed at the post office to determine the correct postage for each.
  • A folded formal invitation is properly placed into the inner (if one is used) or outer envelope folded end first, with the printed side facing away from the front of the envelope.
  • If the invitation is on a single sheet, it should be placed into the inner envelope (if one is used) or outer envelope with the printed side facing away from the front of the envelope.
  • Insertions go on top of the printed side of the invitation inside the inner envelope (if one is used) or outer envelope. Tissues are optional.
  • If response cards are used, lightly mark the back of each card with an identifying number in case guests neglect to write in their names. Be sure this number corresponds with your master guest list. This will really help you in managing your list.
  • Before sealing the outer envelope, double- and triple-check that the names on the inner and outer envelopes match up.

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