For obvious reasons, wedding invitation return address etiquette is not a common topic of conversation.Many of the problems that come up may surprise you.We focus on email etiquette, which is often overlooked in the rush to prepare wedding invitations.
The return address should be printed on the back envelope flap if possible. This should be the address of the person hosting the event. For example, if the bride’s parents officiate at the wedding, the invitation should use the parents’ address.
Traditionally, names are not included in the official return address. It is important to note that guests who cannot attend or wish to send a gift before or after your wedding date will send the package to this address. And the names of the bride and groom should not appear on the print together until the wedding is over. In most cases, if unmarried couples live together, the return address should only be given to the bride. Now, are you clear about the return address etiquette?