Post # 1
We have a lot of families we are inviting with 3+ kids, what is the correct way to address those type of invitations? We don’t want to put people in an awkward situation wondering if children are invited or not (they are).
Also, unmarried couples? Do we just put “Jack and Jill” or….? I’m not sure lol sorry if this is a dumb question :/
Post # 2
Not sure if this is 100% “correct,” but it’s what we did:
For the families/kids:
Outer envelope: The ______ Family
Inner envelope (ours was actually just a tag on the belly band): Listed the names we call them, both adults and children (so something like Aunt _______, Uncle __________, (child’s name), and (child’s name).
On the RSVP card, we had a “___ seats have been reserved in your honor,” which we filled in.
Unmarried living together:
Outer Envelope: Ms. HerFirst HerLast and Mr. HisFirst HisLast
Inner Envelope: HerFirst (or nickname) and HisFirst (or nickname)
Unmarried couples living apart: we sent an invite to each person, addressed only to that person.
Post # 3
we’re going very informal, so Jack & Jill would work if its unamarried, Jack & Jill Hill if Married. The Hill Family works well for the group with kids.
Post # 4
DBS5127: andixlyn: Thank you both that helps a ton!!! 🙂