Post # 1
I am now addressing our RSVP cards…
My finance and I live together and I was wondering if it would be tacky if I put both of our names on the RSVP address…..
Or should I just put “Jackson” (My Finance’s last name) and then our address? Help!
Post # 3
I think having both of your names would be fine.
Post # 4
@justinandstephanie: Put both of your names.. its completely acceptable… use an invitation site like einvite.com that will let you personalize your stationary and you can play with all the combinations and see which you like best before choosing!
Post # 5
Every wedding invite I have received had the bride and groom’s first names (no last name) listed on the rsvp envelope. However, it should go to whomever will be tallying the results for the caterer/baker/venue and whomever needs to get in touch with any stragglers who haven’t replied by the due date.
Post # 6
We used just our first names.
Post # 7
I feel like the awful non inclusive bride now, but the return addresses and the RSVPs are both in my name, not FH at all. Of course he’s on the invite, but we don’t live together, and I’m the one dealing with that end of things so it did not make sense to use his address – and why would we use his name at my address?
Maybe I’m just mean.
Post # 8
@red_pepper_gal: Don’t worry, if you and your FH don’t live together, then it is completely appropriate for your name to be the only one that appears on the RSVP envelope. It technically wouldn’t make any sense for his name to be on there if he doesn’t live with you. You’re fine!
We used both our names on ours: “Jane Miller and John Smith,” with no honorific. But, we lived together before the wedding. 🙂
Post # 9
Me and my FH live together, but I only added my name for the RSVP. I don’t feel bad about that at all, considering it is WIDELY frowned upon that we live together before marriage.
Post # 10
Traditionally RSVP’s go to the bride name and address.