Post # 1
We are not using an inner envelope and I don’t know how to include “and guest” because typically the outer envelope is addressed to the guest and the inner envelope reads “Mr. John Jones and guest.” Any ideas?
Post # 3
Have your RSVP’s printed with, “_2_ seats have been reserved in your honor”..
Post # 4
Have you completed your RSVP cards yet? If not I would include a line on them with “2 seats reserved in your honor” or however many guests invited.
ETA: Haha, you beat me to it! 🙂
Post # 5
I did mine on the outer envelope.
Miss Jane Smith and Guest
Then on the RSVP had a spot for their names…
Post # 6
Everything has already been printed and of course, I didn’t include that line.
Post # 7
Then you’ll probably have to buy inner envelopes or just put it on the outer envelope.. 🙁
Post # 8
We did the “We have reserved ___ seats in your honor” but if someone was invited with an “and guest” I also just wrote it on the outside of the envelope. There were only a few people that we did that with.
Post # 9
You could always put the guests names on directly on the card…
You can put the 2 seats have been reserved in your honor OR
_____ of 2 will be attending
Here’s my RSVP Postcards…
Post # 10
I just put “Ms. Mary Jane & Guest” on the outer envelope. It’s not proper-etiquette, but non of my guests will care
Post # 11
I’m doing the same as lola2011 is suggesting, I’ll be addressing the outer envelope to say “Jane Smith and Guest”.
Post # 12
You could make a belly band out of ribbon or cardstock to wrap around the enclosures and write that information there. (This is what I think I’m doing)
Of course you could put it on the outer envelope, most people wouldn’t know that’s not great etiquette, but it’s not exactly rude. I wouldn’t be offended.
Call the guest to let them know they are allowed a plus one.
Include the information on your website.
Make a special enclosure with this information.
Hope you find the solution that works for you!