Let’s face it, addressing wedding invitations is not everyone’s favorite part of getting married. Luckily, we are here to set you straight. In our last blog, we covered the rules around writing names on invitation envelopes. This time, we’re talking about street addresses, guests, and inner envelope etiquette.
All the etiquette around how to write the addresses can feel like a minefield. Learn the rules for addressing wedding invitation envelopes.
We know you use personalized stationery to express your personal brand. That’s why we center your name and style, not our logo, on our stationery.
Careless grammar mistakes can mar your writing. Avoid these three basic grammar mistakes: It’s vs. Its, Their vs. There and Your vs. You’re
What’s the correct way to write your monogram? It’s really quite simple. We’ll go over easy steps so you can move your monogram project forward.
A well-written apology note is a must-have civility skill. Learning to apologize is one way you can fix the hurt in our imperfect, human world.
Here’s how to make writing graduation thank you notes as pain-free as possible. Follow this five step template for writing flawless thank you notes.
To help you choose and use stationery, we offer this blog series “Tell Your Story with Stationery.” This week: personalized correspondence cards.
You’re being treated to a lovely dinner at the home of a close friend, new neighbor or work colleague. You know it’s a lot of work — the cleaning, the cooking, more cleaning. What’s the best way to respond to this generous and gracious meal? There are several options…see what feels right to you.
While you should be your authentic self in your letters, be a little choosey about the topics and tone you use. Keep it real. Keep it true. But keep it mostly positive.