Why have I allowed my handwriting to get so atrocious?
Why did I ever think I should use Sharpies to write out these addresses? Why didn’t I realize it would just CLASH with the marker font we used and would exacerbate my handwriting issues?
Should I be putting the names of the unmarried/unengaged plus ones on these? I liked when my name was on Collin’s invitations back in the day. But what if these people break up before the real invitations are sent? Do I then need to grant a generic plus one? Or invite the rebound?
Why do unmarried people have to be listed on separate lines? Why didn’t I know that before I ordered postcards with only three address lines?
Should families be invited as “The Guestenbaums” or as “The Guestenbaum Family?” The more I think about it, the more I like the second option. Do I need to re-do the ones that I already addressed to “the Guestenbaums”? Did I order enough extra postcards for this?
Why am I inclined to put the man’s name first when inviting a married couple that shares a last name? Wouldn’t a feminist put the woman’s name first at least half the time? Wouldn’t a slave to etiquette refuse to separate the man’s first name from his last name?
Is it creepy that I am using Google to fact check my mother-in-law’s guest list? Is it possible there are two [NAME REDACTED]s operating medical practices in East Kansas, and one spells his name with one n and is invited to my wedding, and one spells his name with two n’s and is not?
Does that “MO” look like an “MD”? Is there a St. Louis in Maryland?
How do all these wedding bloggers DIY stuff while drinking wine? Am I the only person who starts to make noticeably more mistakes after just one glass? WHY DID I ORDER SO FEW EXTRA POSTCARDS?
Is it really pathetic that I am lumping “addressing postcards” in with DIY?
From Collin: “Couldn’t we hire someone to do this for us?”