I made our Christmas cards on Shutterfly in November when they were having a sale, and used our wedding photo. Well, our cards only arrived YESTERDAY (we live overseas -- military -- they were shipped by the deadline but still didn't get here in time).
So for the last few weeks, I figured I would just send them when we get them, and people will understand that they are late because we're overseas.
As I was addressing them yesterday, I realized that the card contains a typo that results in our last name being misspelled (the typo was my mistake, not Shutterfly's). It took me a long time to notice it, and my husband didn't notice until I pointed it out.
I am MORTIFIED to send out Christmas cards with our name misspelled, and since they are way late anyway, I think we should just not send them. H thinks it's not that noticeable and we should send them out because we paid for them. I'm worried that his family is going to think that I can't be bothers to spell our name right.