The tradition of inner and outer envelopes dates back to the time of white gloved butler and muddy streets. The outer envelope was to protect the inner envelope and its contents for clean delivery within the home. This is the stylish way to deliver an invitation for your special event. The address goes on the outer envelope.
Many business occasions and meetings call for a brief, personal note as a follow-up, or, perhaps, a congratulatory note needs to be sent. Correspondence cards meet these needs. The notes are handwritten, letting the recipient know that you cared enough to take the time to write a personal note. Your name is engraved at the top of your correspondence cards. Your company’s name and address appears on the back flap of the envelope.