Post # 1
I come from a very large family and so does my fiance. We have over one hundred family members to invite. My question is because our families lives in multiple states and we live in an entirely different one some people will not come. We also want a small wedding so we are having it on a Sunday in hopes that it will be smaller. Do I need to send seperate invitations to cousins who are married, in college or single but over 25? I just know that a lot of them will not be able to come anyway, but do not want to make anyone feel uninvited. Can I just send them to my aunts and uncles and have their name included, or is it tacky? Please help!
Post # 3
I’m not sure what etiquette calls for, but I say (and probably what we’ll do) is if they have their own place and mailing address (not college dorm since that changes every 9 months or so), you should send it to them directly. If they are still in school and have their parents’ household as their official permanent address, you can include them in one family invite. Just my two cents.
Post # 4
No one will really care 🙂
If they are single and living alone etiquette probably dictates they should get their own invite. But that’s more work for everyone. Just send it to their parents and just address it as “The So-and-So Family”
If they are married, they yes you have to send it to their own house addressed to “Cousin + Hubby”