Post # 1
We are not having kids at the wedding. We are enforcing the rule no one under 16 (there are only like 3 that will be under 21 and over 16) how do I address them.
Mr. & Mrs. X & Mr. XY?
One of my cousins has a different last name. he is from a previous marriage.
Post # 3
@Mrs.MedinaJr: How about:
Mr. & Mrs. John Smith
James Doe (cousin’s name)
City, State Zip
Post # 4
Personally, I sent a separate invitation to anyone over the age of 16, even if they still lived with their parents. It eliminates any confusion, and since there aren’t very many, it doesn’t cost you much. As a plus, I think the teenager would like to be treated like an adult and get his or her own invitation.
Post # 5
Mr. & Mrs. John Doe (on the outside of the envelope)
Mr. & Mrs. John Doe
Master James Doe (both lines on inner envelope)
LESS FORMAL: Just as KatNYC2011 said
The Doe Family (unless they have a 5 y.o. you don’t want to invite) or John, Mary, and James Doe