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Hey guys!

 

Upon searching for ideas on how to print the address labels on my dark chocolate envelopes I came across this:

 

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It's a wrap label that goes from front to back of the envelope, it's not obtrusive as the standard white label and it's really unique. Plus, not only does it look good but it can be used for whatever type of envelope! I will most likely be using this kind of label for my envelopes, but will change the design around it. Hope you guys find this helpful.

 

Here are some links I found:

 

Envelope wrap label template is here! Thefussydesigner’s Blog

 

Ready and Labeled

 

Handmade Weddings on Etsy - ENVELOPE WRAP LABELS by BellaBella

 

Tonya

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These are the best, I have been using them for my clients forever. You can use them on any type of envelope and you can customize them to match your wedding invitations too! Plus then you can print them first and just adhere, no hand writing and messing up like I did with my own!

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I'm with Jessica - they are so great when you want to use darker envelopes. I've done these for a few of my clients, and have always gotten great feedback!

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I am using JessicaM (above) for my invitations and she sent me something with a label wrap on it and it looks so cute!! It is such an original and cool idea! JessicaM is wonderful to work with!

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