Post # 1
How should I handle sending invites to friends with long-time boyfriends/fiances who live separately? Should I send out two invites, even though I’m really not close with their boys (I ilke them a lot, hence the invite). Is it OK to send it to my friends with both names on the envelope?
Post # 3
@hisprettygirl: I sent one invitation to the person I knew the best with both names on the envelope.
Post # 4
I think it’s fine. I sent it to the friend. We did the same when it was FI’s friends that didn’t live with their GF’s yet. Just sent it to the person we’d invite whether they were single or not, and gave them their plus one. Some had names and some were “and guest.” <– Obviously not the ones where we knew the names.
Post # 5
I think proper etiquette is to send one to each person, but, personally, if I were the guest, I would rather receive a single invitation with both names on it.
Post # 6
I think it’s fine to address it to your closer friend with the guest’s name on the invite. When hubs and I were still dating it was common for just one of us to get the invitation (usually it was me).
Post # 7
Would you follow the same etiquette for sending thank-you cards after the wedding? Just mail the card to the close friend if they go in together on a gift?