Post # 1
My finance and I live together in our own house. I’m working on the wording for the invitations and RSVP cards. My parents will be listed first on the invites and therefore “issuing” the invitation. Can I use my home address as the return address for the RSVP card or do the RSVPs have to go to my parents home?
Post # 3
Have them go to your house, it’s usually easiest.
You could send them to your parents if you wanted, that would be the traditional/proper thing as they are hosting. However, do they want the hassle of collecting them all and passing them off to you? (You could make up a shoe box for them to all go into?)
Post # 4
I would absolutely send them to you. You’ll be the one keeping track and wanting to know! Don’t make it harder on yourself.
Post # 5
I’m having the RSVPs sent to my house. I think traditionally they go to the parent’s but I like the idea of me getting them so none get lost along the way or what-not
Post # 6
Our came to our house. I listed the names my last name-his last name then our address But our wedding was hosted by all the family (it said together with their families on the invite).
Post # 7
Same situation exactly. I put my address and name, because I will be the only one who cares as much and is organized enough to do so. O will also be putting the return address as my house, so that I can be aware of failed letters asap