Post # 1
Two more invite questions but I don’t want to spam the board with a lot of posts.
1. I have a family on my guest list with a bunch of kids- some grown and living on their own, some in college and some at home. Our plan was to invite the grown kids separately and include the college kids in the invite to the parents that will say “parents and family” or something. Does that work?
2. I have a few roommate situations-everything from young folks in the city rooming together to my uncle living with my grandmother. Is it OK to put them on one save the date? (They’ll get their own invites I guess). My FIs brother lives with their mom and he feels kind of strongly that they only get one STD for some reason.
Post # 2
All adults should receive their own invitation. So the guests that are in college, I would suggest you ask to see where they would prefer their invitation sent. The minor children can be included on the parents invitation as such…
Mr. and Mrs. John Doe
Susie, Bobby, and Jimmy
As for STDs, it is perfectly fine to send one to one household. Just address the STD to both the Uncle and the Grandmother so they know that they are both invited and should be receiving a formal invitaiton in the future. But they should receive separate invitations when the time comes.
Post # 3
I treated STDs just like I would a Christmas card. I put everyone in one house on the same envelopes.
However, I’ve been really concerned about etiquette for the invitations, so I decided that anyone over 18 gets their own invitation. I agree with freckles071611 regarding children under 18.
For roommates (not unmarried couples living together) we are sending separate invitations, but just one STD.