Post # 1
If not everyone in a household is invited to the wedding, how do save the dates get labeled? So far the only thing I can think of is that we aren’t inviting children. Is the envelope labeled to the adults in the house? The family? Should it have a SO’s name on it too, if they don’t live at the same address, but I wouldn’t feel comfortable just sending it to the SO?
Weddings are confusing.
Post # 3
For married couples, put the names of the 2 adults—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bee.
If you put The Bee Family (that means you’ve inviting everyone in the immediate family—kids included.)
But for a non-married couple, you only adress it to the person in the couple you are inviting. SOs or guests’ names do not go on the STD.
For example-if you’re friends with Kim Kardashian and you’re inviting her and Kanye-you’d only address the STD to Kim-you’re telling her to save the date for your wedding…you put Kanye’s name only the inner envelope of the invite. The rational behind this is that if Kim and Kanye broke up before you send the invite…you aren’t obligated to invite Kanye too. 🙂