Post # 1
I am not having an inner envelope, where one would normally write the invited persons name and guest (Ryan & Guest). So how do I indicate that it is ok for someone to bring a guest? Do I put “& Guest” on the outter envelope (Mr. Ryan Davis & Guest)?
Post # 3
That’s my plan! I’m not sure if its “proper” but I can’t see any other way.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2010 - Indiana Memorial Union
I think it’s ideal to write the name of the guest. I don’t think anyone will actually be offended by “guest” though.
Post # 5
i don’t have an inner invitation either so that is exactly what i am doing.
also, if you don’t have you’re rsvp cards done yet i am wording mine something like:
____ of 2 guests will attend
so that there won’t be any confusion, and also per other bee’s suggestion so that people don’t rsvp for extra guests- which just blows my mind!
Post # 6
I wrote “& guest” (for those who aren’t in a relationship and will choose their own date) on the outer envelope…I didn’t even realize that I shouldn’t be writing & guest on the outside until my mother asked why I did that (because I have a belly band that I used as an inner envelope to put names of guests). Oh well, there weren’t that many invitations like that anyway!
Post # 7
Thanks Girls! Makes me feel better about just putting “& Guest” on the outside. I would put the names; but for single friends, or if people break-up, or I don’t remember the person’s name, I’ll just leave it & Guest.
Just want people who won’t know too many people to be able to bring a guest so they can feel more comfortable.
Post # 8
- Wedding: December 2010 - Al Cielo / La Laguna
Add me to the list of people who are writing & guest on the outside envelope. 😉