Post # 1
I’m sending an invitation to the Rabbi who is officiating our wedding and his wife.
Any ideas on how to addres the invitation? We don’t know the wife’s name. Also, do we send it to his home address or the temple’s address?
I’m not getting a clear answer when I google it.
Post # 3
This is absolutely not etiquette based, just my own thought. But I’d say you could adress it to Rabbi & Mrs. First Name/Last Name. I tend to really dislike the whole having the female take on her husband’s name as her own, but in this situation it may be the best option.
And I think unless you have a very personal relationship with the rabbi, it may be better to send it to the synagogue. 🙂
Post # 4
@solaneoh: Rabbi and Mrs. “Insert name” should be fine. This should work for your placecards as well. I would try to send it to their home (you’re not sending anyone else’s invitations to their work, are you?)