Category Archives: Etiquette

Why is it that I can so vividly remember all of my English teachers?? From Ms. All in elementary school to Ms. Peterson in high school. Those were always the strictest and toughest classes, but looking back, I know exactly why they were doing it. Grammar is SO important in our lives. It not only…

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When going through the invitation process with clients, I have them fill out a long questionnaire with all of the wedding details. The Who, What, When, Where, Why type of questions. That is what I use to help me put together the proper wording for the invitation, response card and any additional cards. One thing…

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One of the most popular etiquette questions I receive on a daily basis from my couples is asking how to handle a certain addressing situations while they are putting together their addresses for their envelopes. I figured this would be a great topic to cover on my etiquette series so I can kind of compile…

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One of the most frequent questions I get as we are finalizing the wedding invitation process is “how much will it cost to mail my invitations”. So I figured this would be a good time to sum up all of the different items and factors that go into calculating your correct postage for your wedding…

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Happy Monday, everyone! Last month I talked about wedding invitation etiquette and what went into each line of the wedding invitation. Today I am continuing my etiquette series with answering some questions about the response card that accompanies the wedding invitation. It may be the smallest card in the suite, but it is pretty mighty…

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Most frequently when working with clients on custom wedding invitations, I spend a lot of time answering questions about etiquette, whether it is for the invitations themselves, additional cards or guest addresses. So I wanted to spend some time going through these different items and breaking down the etiquette details that go into each one….

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