Post # 1
I am addressing the last of my std’s and I am stuck on this one envelope. Here is the story, my stepdad’s uncle passed away earlier this year leaving behind his wife and son. The son, my step dad’s cousin is in his 40s, and he moved back home because his mother was having a hard time coping. They are both invited to the wedding. Since they have the same last name, I do not want the envelope to come accross as they are married. Do I put their names on different lines? Do I send two separate STDs?
Here is an example address to make giving an example easier of y’all. 🙂
Mr. Cousin Mrs. Aunt 123 Main St. Augusta, GA 12345
Post # 3
I would just do it in two separate lines, separate STDs not needed. This is what we did with family members who live together but were not married.
Post # 4
Thank you, that helps. One last question, should I put her name first or does that even matter?
Post # 5
If it were me, I would do two separate STDs. My unmarried aunt lives with my grandmother (and has since she graduated college, she’s now nearly 60) and I plan on sending them separate STDs and invitations.
If you are going to send just one, I would put their names on two separate lines, with her name first.
Post # 6
I would do seperate ones. I did seperate ones for a son living with his mom.
Post # 7
I would send them seperate invitations. We sent seperate STDs and invites to anyone over 18 even if they were living at home.
Post # 8
I got tired of addressing envelopes. So, generally, for STDs, I sent one to a household. For invitations, I will send them separately.