Etiquette for addressing wedding invitations dictates that the outer envelope use conventional addressing, including the recipient's title and full name, while the inner envelope can be informal, depending on the sender'... More »

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Proper baby shower invitation etiquette includes providing essential information about the shower, giving guests enough time to plan, and inviting the right people. Family and cultural customs, plus the desires of the mo... More »

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Proper etiquette for a second wedding is much the same as etiquette for a first wedding. Being respectful and polite is the most important rule of etiquette for a second wedding. More »

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The proper way to write a wedding anniversary invitation depends on the style of wedding and the message the sender wants to convey. Formal wedding anniversary invitations tend to be less emotional and more matter of fac... More »

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Messages on bridal shower cards always express good wishes, but they vary depending upon the relationship between the sender and the recipient. Standard pleasant thoughts include: "Best wishes to you on your special day,... More »

There are a variety of Bible verses that are ideal for use on a wedding invitation, with one of the most popular found in the Song of Solomon 3:4: "I found him whom my soul loveth." This verse is sometimes interpreted as... More »

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Etiquette expert Emily Post suggests that you offer activities, gatherings and other forms of hospitality to out-of-town guests who are not part of your wedding party. Additionally, while out-of-town guests are responsib... More »

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