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Please advise if you have envelopes that are unusual regarding color (anything other than white or ivory), that are lined (with anything other than white or ivory tissue), have an unusual surface (other than a smooth or slightly textured matt finish) or are unusually heavy.
If you’re interested in a style that is not included on the website gallery, please send an example of that style.
Size or shape. An envelope that is within the range of 4 to 7 inches high and 5 to 10 inches wide and is a horizontal rectangle or square format is considered standard.
It is recommended that you call to consult before you’ve purchased envelopes of an unusual paper quality.
It is also recommended that that you call to consult before you commit to a typeface that you want matched.
Very important. Please provide between 10% to 20% additional envelopes. If you order additional envelopes when you place your original order the cost is minimal. If you need to order more later it can be very costly.
If you want the writing to be in a color that matches your invitation please provide a copy of the actual printed invitation as a color reference. Return addresses are not adequate color references.
If you wish to have inner and outer envelope sets where the name of the guest is on the inner envelope – it is not necessary to state what is to be written on the inner envelope unless you’re adding “and Guest” or children. Young children are written by first names only under their parents’ names. Adult children should receive their own invitation. Inside envelopes can be formal or informal. If you want to be informal, please put in parentheses what you want on the inner envelope (Toby & Steve or Grandma & Grandpa, etc.).
Many escort cards are unsuitable in terms of the design or the paper quality. Please call for advice regarding the best cards to purchase.
Take a complete set to the Post Office to make sure you have the right amount of postage.
Post Office also has special rates for certain size envelopes.
Have the Post Office “HAND STAMP” the envelopes. Sometimes they give you a hard time or they make you stamp them yourself. If necessary, go to another Post Office
The envelopes are not waterproof – please be careful when stuffing, stamping and mailing