Spring time, wedding season, your postcard, your mail, your gifts!want_mail
Spring time, wedding season, your postcard, your mail, your gifts! It’s the time of the year, when couples make plans to get engaged, and send out wedding invitations to their friends, and families around the world. A lot of couples are skipping the traditional wedding invitation, and taking their own photos, and putting them on their very own custom postcards to send around the world. One of the key questions that you should ask yourself is how accurate is your address list to your friends, and family? Have they moved, when is the last time that you contacted your friends, or relatives? Have you sent out an email to them to verify their address? Do they have your current address? Are you planning on moving after your wedding?
The postcard that you send out to your relatives should be written in a legible manner, because if it’s hard to read, or the letter S looks like an 8 then it can cause your invitation to be returned to you, also if you send out wedding invitations make sure that the recipient’s address is in the center of the postcard, and that the sender is always in the top left-handed corner of the postcard, because if you put your name below the recipient the machine will read the bottom address as being the recipient of the postcard. Also include your address in case the postcard is returned to you because one of your friends, or family members might no longer live at the address that you have on file. If you plan on moving one month after you get married, try to include your new address if you’re going to have a gift registry where you’re going to receive your gits, or if they’re going to be mailed to your new address. Spring time, wedding season, your postcard, your mail, your gifts! www.iwantmymail.com