There is a fixed order for double object pronouns, or rather two, depending on the verbal contruction:
1) In all verb tenses and moods except the affirmative imperative, object, adverbial, and reflexive pronouns always go in front of the verb,* and must be in the order as shown in the table at the bottom of the page.
Je montre la carte à mon père - Je la lui montre.
I'm showing the letter to my father - I'm showing it to him.
Je mets la carte sur la table - Je l'y mets.
I'm putting the letter on the table - I'm putting it there.
Ne me les donnez pas.
Don't give them to me.
Il leur en a donné.
He gave them some.
Ils nous l'ont envoyé.
They sent it to us
*See word order with object pronouns
2) When the verb is in the affirmative imperative, the pronouns follow the verb, are in a slightly different order, as shown in the table at the bottom of the page, and are connected by hyphens.
Give it to me
Sell us some
Find it for me
Talk to us there
Send it to him
|Word order for most tenses and moods|
|Word order for affirmative imperative|
|moi / m' |
toi / t'
In affirmative commands, the pronouns are placed after the verb, attached by hyphens, and are in a specific order. With all other verb tenses and moods, the pronouns are placed in a slightly different order in front of the conjugated verb.
Test on double object pronouns