We're having our invitations designed from scratch, and begun initial discussions with our designer. She has suggested that we purchase a return address stamp (and I'm all for it. The less I have to hand write, the better IMO), but I'm left with an etiquette question.
The stamp will be used for our invitations, yes, and probably Christmas cards moving forward over the years we're living where we are, so it doesn't make sense to put my maiden name when it won't be my name anymore after 5 1/2 ish months from now. But his name isn't my name yet, so I can only imagine Miss Manners says that using what will be my married name or a monogram is a no-no. Am I correct in that assumption?
What is the solution here? To just use our first names? Or just our address?
This June 2013 bride says "The best shoes are no shoes."