(Closed) Addressing STDs

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
Member
5786 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2011

I addressed my Save the Dates to my friends and did not indicate who would be getting a plus one. Even for couples in serious relationships I only addressed it to the one person, you never know who’s going to break up (in fact one of my BMs did immediately after the STDs went out).

Post # 4
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98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

I agree with LGenz, I addressed the STD to couples (as “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”) or the person with whom I am the closest. My brother has one child in the house over 18 and two that are younger, so I just did “Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Family” for them. From my research, it appears as though the etiquette rules for STDs are a little more fluid than the rules for invitations. The only real rule I found was that be sure your guest list is pretty much final before sending STDs. While you can always add folks to the invitation list, there is no way to gracefully exclude folks that have received STDs. I know it sounds obvious, but I’ve seen posts where folks changed venues after their STDs went out and had to un-invite several folks. Yikes!

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