How to Label an Envelope in 3 Easy Parts

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This article was co-authored by Tami Claytor and by wikiHow staff writer, Aly Rusciano. Tami Claytor is an Etiquette Coach, Image Consultant, and the Owner of Always Appropriate Image and Etiquette Consulting in New York, New York. With over 20 years of experience, Tami specializes in teaching etiquette classes to individuals, students, companies, and community organizations. Tami has spent decades studying cultures through her extensive travels across five continents and has created cultural diversity workshops to promote social justice and cross-cultural awareness. She holds a BA in Economics with a concentration in International Relations from Clark University. Tami studied at the Ophelia DeVore School of Charm and the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she earned her Image Consultant Certification. This article has been viewed 1,875,372 times.

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Updated: November 13, 2022

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To address or label an envelope, first write the return address on the front top left corner by including your name, your street address, and your city, state, and zip code. To write the mailing address, print the name of the person you’re sending the letter to in the center of the front of the envelope. Write the recipient’s street address on the line below their name. Finally, write their city, state, and zip code on the third line. When you’re done addressing the envelope, place a stamp in the upper right corner before sending it to the recipient. To learn about adding the correct postage to your envelope, read on!

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