A nonprofit organization does a big event every year...black tie, celebrity guests, that kind of thing. A Save-The-Date postcard was designed be a marketing company (pro bono) and printed by a printing company then addressed, stamped, and mailed by the organization. For talking purposes we'll say the postage cost $1000.
Well, the cardstock was too thick & the postcards were too big and they got jammed up in the sorting machines so about 75% of the post cards were returned as undeliverable.
People have to be invited to they've gotta be re-sent. Do you think any one party is more at fault for this mishap than another?