Post # 1
I am sending out my invites. And I am not sure should send two, or include everyone on 1?
My best friend and her husband got married a few years ago, and of course I know they go on one invite. But her daughter is 17 and has a different last name. Do I send her a seperate one?
Post # 2
I would send one and address each person’s name especially if they all live in the same house. Invitations especially wedding ones can get costly, so my rule of thumb is one per home 👍🏽
Post # 3
She doesn’t need a seperate invite, but I would list her on the envelope.
Post # 4
kalhana : if it’s not an adult, it doesn’t need a separate invite. A 17 year old goes on the adult invite
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
kalhana : I would address one envelope to:
Mr&Mrs John Smith & Jane Jones
Post # 6
kalhana : If she lives with them, I would send them all one invite.
Post # 7
since she is under 18, the same invite is fine
Mr. and Mrs Mark Smith
123 Main st
Anywhere, USA 12345
Post # 8
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith and Family (if more than one child)
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith and Ms. Jane Doe (if just the one)
Post # 9
Thanks everyone. That really helps a lot.
Post # 10
Well, I wouldn’t ever put Mr and Mrs Hisfirstname Hislastname because I find it an intolerably outmoded patriarchal form and obliterates the womans independant identity . But I feel strongly about that and not everybody does, so…..
I’d put Ms Jane Doe and Mr John Doe and Ms Sue Smith