Post # 1
I want to use it, since for me it would be one way of ‘including’ my mom. But not sure if I can. Is it even correct? I technically just have a parent and not both like the line suggests…
Yep: fiance’s parents are helping
Post # 3
@loveknows: Are your FI’s parents helping to host too? If so, you can definitely use it. If only your father is helping, then it might be a little strange in wording.
Post # 4
I had my mom’s name and the late (fathers name). I wanted a way to include my father when sending out invitations. For those on Josh’s side that didn’t know my father passed away, I wanted them to know why he wasn’t there.
Post # 5
I would use it. Personally, I didn’t like the idea of naming my deceased mother on the invitations but that is a good way to include her on yours.
Post # 6
I would definitely use it!
Post # 7
FH grew up without ever meeting his father. I had the “together with our parents” line in the invitation and Future Mother-In-Law was not too comfortable with this and asked if that could be changed to “together with our families”. We did that and I thought it was great and more true to our actual situation.
Post # 8
We decided to use “Together with our families” because his parents, my mom and my siblings gave us generous cash gifts towards the wedding. So it really was our “family”!