Post # 1
Just curious – When sending invitations to coworkers whose spouses or significant others I have not met, do I address the invite to the coworker only, write coworker’s name plus “and guest”, or find out the name of S/O and address it to both?
Post # 3
With our invitations, we just told people we were okay with them bringing a guest through like facebook or just when talking to them, and we just addressed the invite to the people we knew personally, and then on the RSVP we had a list for the name(s) of the people that were coming, or who the person you were inviting is going to bring!
Post # 4
I’d find out thier name and address it to both. In fact that reminded me I have one more to find out right now!
And I’m not mailing them to coworkers, just gonna write “John and Jane Doe” on the front of the envelope and hand them to them. My coworkers are all pretty laid back people. I’m sure they’ll all be happy I saved the postage!
Post # 5
Thanks ladies! Since I got one vote for each option, I think I’ll post this in the etiquette thread as well to hear some more opinions.
Post # 6
I think you should find out the names of the spouses – but for the ones that are dating, just put ‘and guest’
Post # 7
We addressed it to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jones(not real names) and then on the inner envelope we put their first names. I have never met my fiance’s wife, but I think it’s important to include them. They are married after all 🙂