Post # 1
Good morning Bees!
How do I address my wedding invite envelope to a family where their adult children do not live with them? Example: I am inviting my aunt and uncle, but both of their children live in different states. Do I address the family as a whole and just send it to my aunt and uncle? Or do I send separate invites: one to my aunt and uncle, and one to each cousin?
Post # 2
- Wedding: February 2013 - Mansion House at the MD Zoo
You send separate invitations to anyone with a different address. And technically you are supposed to send a separate invitation to anyone over 18 even if they all live in the same house.
Post # 3
pinkrose23: Anyone over the age of 18 receives their own invite. With kids living away from the parents, I would send the children their own separate invitations.
When kids DO live with the family, you ordinarily put the parents on the outer envelope and the children can be listed in addition to the parents on the inner envelope.
Post # 4
Thank you ladies!
Okay, how about this scenario: two adult children still living at home with parents? One invite or three?
Post # 5
Adult kids out of the house- get their address ans send them an invite.
Adult kids in the house- send them their own invitation.