Post # 1
1) Mrs. B JUST got divorced(after 30 years of marriage). She is not changing back to her maiden name. Do I address it to Ms. B?
2) A.B. and C.D. are married, but go with different last names. Do I address is Ms. B and Mr. D? Or Mr. and Mrs. D?
3) Couple is married, do I address it “Mr. AX and Mrs. BX” or just “Mr. and Mrs. X”
4) How do I address to a single unmarried mother of an infant?
5) A family. Do I address it “Mr. AX and Mrs. AX and family”? Or do I include the children’s names?
Post # 3
a) That’s what I did
b) I addressed it to Mr. Matt Smith and Mrs. Amber Jones
c) I addressed couples with the same last name as Mr. and Mrs. Matt Smith. That’s the more formal way but I know some people don’t like that
d) Miss Amber Jones
e) I did this one of two ways. When it was my aunt and uncle and their 3 boys I think I might have said The Jones Family. But for my other aunt and uncle and their one daughter, I addressed it as Mr. and Mrs. Matt Jones and under that I put Kara Jones
Post # 4
1) address it to Ms. B
2) address it to the name they go by, Ms B and Mr D
3) Mr. and Mrs. AX (his first and last name or just his last name)
4) Miss or Ms. (depending on age)
5) eitherr Mr. and Mrs AX and family or The X Family
I generalized the outer envelope, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and on the inner envelope I personalized it and wrote Bob and Jane Smith.
I googled all this stuff and found a bunch of helpful websites, I would share them, but I deleted all of my wedding bookmarks already, sorry. Good luck!
Post # 5
So for the single mother, do I include the child’s name? He is invited…
Post # 6
If you’re doing an inner envelope too, I would just write it on that and address the outer just to the mom but if youre not doing an inner then you can write it on the outer so she knows her child is invited too