SETTING UP YOUR MAILING LIST
To properly address your mail, please send us your list in a spreadsheet: Excel, or free software from Google Sheets or Apple Numbers are all popular choices. You may also try Zoho which is a free online spreadsheet.
Please start working on this as soon as possible, as we only begin printing your invitation when all items, including the addressed envelopes, are approved to print.
NOTE: Your pricing includes addressing from ONE spreadsheet list. If you send your list in more than one spreadsheet, add $30 for each list after the first. Example: you have two lists: one with friends and family and one with your child's friends. There would be an additional $30 charge for the second list. As an option, you may combine them and send us one list to save this charge. Be sure that the data in each column is consistent after combining the lists.
Column A: The title (Mr and Mrs, Mr and Dr, etc.) You can also leave this column blank for some or all names if you don't want it to print.
Columns B and C: the guest namesColumn B is all that most people use, but Column C is for an additional line, such as the children's names. If you'd like "and Family" just add it to Column B. Anything in Column C will print on a second line.
Columns D and E: the addressJust like the names, Column E is not generally needed, but can be used for an apartment number or building name. Anything in Column E will print on a separate line
Column F: city, state and zip codeThe city, state and zip code can also be in separate columns, or all in one column. Either is fine.
Important: addresses print EXACTLY as entered. If you want the address to read "New York" do not enter NY. You must spell out the words!
Using this spreadsheet, your first two envelopes will print like this:
What not to do!Never mix data in a column. In the example below, the information in each column is not consistent. If you enter a suite number in Column D, it should never appear in Column C for some of the addresses. Or, if the city is always listed in Column E, it should never appear in Column F.
In other words, if a column is used for the address on one line, it must be used for the address on all subsequent lines. No mixing data!
If you are in doubt, please feel free to email a list to us to review prior to submitting your order.
Please note our envelope printing is only available for items which are part of our invitation suites. We regret we are unable to offer envelope printing for other orders, including printing on your own envelopes