Post # 1
So I am in the process of writing up my address list to send off to the calligrapher, and as I do not have inner envelopes, I do not know how to indiciate that an individual has a guest… should I put it on the outer envelope? Should I let them know thru word out mouth? There really isn’t a way to let them know on the RSVP card. … suggestions would be really really appreciated.. I got the names of dates for as many people as I could but there are still about 10 poeple I am un sure of.
Thank you so much!
Post # 3
I don’t know if it’s the correct way to do it, but I’m just going to address the envelope as “John Smith and Guest.”
Post # 4
Perhaps a business card size note can be included explaining who the RSVP is for (Mary Smith and her +1 Michael Jones, for example). You’re “not supposed to” put on the outer envelope “…and Guest.” If you know the name of the +1, you can list it as:
Ms. Mary Smith
Mr. Michael Jones
I think it’s best to find out those 10 extra people you don’t know. Word of mouth is a no-no! A bad game of “telephone” can happen!