Post # 1
Long story short… An old substitute teacher I had in elemenatry school (10yrs ago) asked if she could watch the ceremony. I said sure (I used to be friends with her daughter, she came to my gpa and mom’s funerals, and used to be friends with my mom). How would I address the envelope for her. She is married, not sure of the husband’s name. Also not sure if she is going to bring him or her daughter or both. Should I just address it to her name only and just wait to see how many she RSVPs for?
Post # 3
I’d address it to her and her husband, and I’d just ask her what her husband’s name is.
Post # 4
If you send her an invite, you are inviting her to the entire affair. I wasn’t clear from your OP if that was your intention or if you were just honouring her request to watch the ceremony.
Post # 5
@andielovesj: yes this was my thought as well.
Post # 6
I am inviting her to the entire event. I didn’t want to just invite her to watch. Knowing my luck I’d just invite her to watch and she would bring her daughter and stay for the whole thing. Thought it would be easier especially head count wise to invite for the reception too since we are cooking ourselves.
Post # 7
If you’re inviting her to the whole event, then I would invite her husband as well. If you aren’t friends with the daughter anymore, then just invite the two parents, but if you still are friendly with the daughter, I’d invite her too, since it would be weird to invite the parents and not your friend.
Post # 8
@abbie017: I talk to her daughter off and on but only on fb. We lost touch 11yrs ago.