Post # 1
I’m addressing our invitations and we have a couple who are both doctors…I know there was a website to help with this but I can’t find it. Do I put Dr. and Dr. Name Surname? Or something else? I don’t know what else I would put but just want to make sure. THANKS!
Post # 3
If they share the same last name, its Drs. x & x last name.
Post # 4
Per The Knot
If a wife and husband are both doctors, the outer and inner envelopes should be addressed to: "The Doctors Rosenthal." It’s that simple! If they’re married but have different last names, list both names in alphabetical order on separate lines: "Dr. Rosenthal" followed by "Dr. Schwartz".
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2008 - United Methodist Cathedral & historic downtown hotel in Cleveland
What JanainCO said about two doctors with the same name is correct.
I will say, though, that the names on separate lines indicates that individuals are not married, so if they have different last names, it should be Dr. X Lastname and Dr. Y Lastname.
Post # 6
I had no idea how complicated wedding invitations could be! I’m not at that point yet – but I probably should be. 😉
Post # 7
Here’s a helpful link from the wedding channel
Post # 8
The Crane and Co. website also has an exhaustive section on address protocols…
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2018 - Still Looking!
Sounds like you got a great answer, I just wanted to say I feel for you with addressing thing!
We did away with titles completely, in part because we’re casual, and in part because I couldn’t abide having to write "The Honorable and Mr." for a judge and her husband. (Though I rather like the gender switch, I felt bad for poor "Mr."!)