Let me give you the back story on our invitations. I found some online that I liked (pictured below) and ordered a sample from the online store.
When I got the sample in the mail, I discovered they had sent us the WRONG invitation! But get this - my fiance and I liked the one they sent on mistake better than the one we ordered! (Picture not included since they may be the one we choose - and I don't want to ruin every suprise.) :)
We assumed it would be out of our budget so we figured out how we could make them ourselves. But I talked to the store we would order them from, and found out that the quote is the same price as if we made them ourselves! I love them, it saves us all the labor, AND they would have the raised print!
But today I discovered that the invitations would not come with an inner envelope. What is with people ditching etiquette?? Here is the issue. My friend that sent out her invites without an inner envelope is having issues with people adding to their guestlist - for instance, the outer envelope just says "Mr. & Mrs. Joe Smith", but they are assuming the whole family is invited. Apparantly, the inner envelope is usually where the specific names invited would be written. But then again, these people would probably still assume everyone is invited even if there was an inner envelope! Oh the dilemmas.
What do you think? Is the missing inner envelope a big deal?