Post # 1
I have cousins that range from 12-30 years old. Which ones do I let bring a guest? I figured the ones that don’t really live with their parents anymore (those in college and older). What about my cousins that are juniors and seniors that might have girlfriends?? Do I send seperate invites to the cousins that don’t live with their parents anymore and then just one invite to those cousins that do?
Post # 3
I think technically anyone 18 and over is supposed to get a separate invite, no matter where they live. I would recommend making a rule a sticking to it for everyone (ex. must be living together or engaged).
Post # 4
You could also chose to give a + one only for those who are married, engaged or living with their boyfriend/girlfriend. But if you have the place for everyone to bring guest, why not!
Post # 5
It depends on how formal your family is in general. My family’s so laid back that when I asked for thier mailing address, they told me just to include my college age cousins on thier invite without knowing that I’m supposed to send them thier own. I was happy to save myself the trouble! I didn’t invite any plus ones for them either. I did send separate invites to my FI’s adult (22 & 24 years old) nephews who still live at home and gave them plus ones.