Post # 1
Ok so I have a couple questions!
1. The info on the inner envelopes… just names correct? Is it OK to just put Mr and Mrs Smith? Or Should I put Mr. John Smith and Mrs. Jane Smith
2. With Drs, If the DR is the female…. do I put Mr. John Smith and Dr. Jane Smith? Or would I put her name first? –or Mr. and Dr. Smith?
Post # 3
Just names is what goes there. Mr and Mrs Smith is fine as well.
He still goes first, but you need to use her Dr. title
Post # 4
@mwitter80: thanks so much! Just 1 more.. If There are children..
Mr and Mrs Smith
Jack and Jill
??? Like that? Or do they need last names as well?
Post # 5
oh! and does that mean I can’t put “The Smith Family” ?
Post # 6
Depends on how specific you want to be. The outer envelope is meant to be more formal
“Mr. and Mrs. Zack Morris & Family”
The inner envelope is mean to specify who the invitation is specifically too.
if they’re friends or family could be Finn, Rachel, Kurt and Blaine
or Uncle Zach, Aunt Kelly, Screech, & Slater
If it’s your parents friends than I’d go
“Mr. and Dr. Morris, Screech, & Slater
Note: I’m really bad with commas–they are my downfall.