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TIPS:
-The Outer envelope has glue on the flap.
-The envelope with no glue on the flap, is the inner envelope.
- Address envelopes before stuffing them, just in case you make a spelling mistake.

The invitation and the inserts are piled on top of each other as shown below and slipped into the inner envelope. All print will face the back flap of the inner envelope. This way when you write your guests names on the front of the inner envelope you won't see the invitation print through it.

Eliminate any inserts that do not apply to you.

If you don't have an inner envelope,
just slide your invitation and inserts into the addressed envelope.


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