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Kelly Wearstler

Address Collection Cards

Planning a wedding (or another major event)? If you’re sending paper invitations, you’ll probably need to collect mailing addresses for wedding invites, and we make it super simple. Our digital address collection cards speed up the process (because, Internet) so you can keep your wedding planning process moving.

You might know your friends’ email addresses by heart, but you’ll definitely need their help filling in the blanks on mailing addresses. To collect addresses for your wedding, start by getting together a list of your lucky recipients, which you can do with the online address book—you’ll find past party invitees already listed and you can import any missing contacts from your personal email account. When your guest receives your pre-invitation delivery, they’ll be prompted to provide their postal address on an online reply card. Give everyone a few days to respond before you send a reminder with the messaging tool. (You can even track who hasn’t opened your address collection card, in case there are a few lingering responses on your mailing list).

All those mailing addresses can be exported to a spreadsheet—perfect for sending to your stationer of choice for your wedding invitation address labels, save the dates and wedding invitations, naturally, but they’ll also be a great help in planning the shower, rehearsal dinner, and any other celebration along the way. The list will be great to have on hand when you’re sending thank you notes and other post-wedding correspondence, too. (And for sending people photos from the wedding.)

Since you’re such a prescient planner, you’re probably considering your ceremony’s stationery style already. It might be a bit early to commit to your invitation’s final motif just yet, so choose an address and email collection design that matches the general theme of your creative vision—classic gold borders, romantic calligraphy, rustic wildflower bouquets, modern sans-serif type, or a quirky illustration. Cards from Rifle Paper Co. and Kelly Wearstler are exemplary choices for couples’ whose wedding style is boho, bold, or a bit of both. No matter how you choose to start, you can customize your card’s fonts and layout with the online design tool.