Post # 1
Do I need to write an escort card for the bridal party if they’re seated at the head table? Is it redundant?
And, is it totally offensive if I don’t write “mr.” and “mrs.” infront of people’s names…
Post # 3
I did them for the wedding party but I don’t think they are necessary. I only did first and last names on them. When there is alot of family around, you could end up with 10 Mrs. Smiths .
Post # 4
@tksjewelry: Thanks! That’s what I was thinking. Also, how did you handle large families sitting at a table…any davice for addressing them?
The Smith Family?
But then, my uncle and cousin have the same name…so would it be The Mr. John Smith Family?
Post # 5
@Auds424: I gave each person their own escort card, but if you want to do a whole family I would put John Smith and Family