Post # 1
My Fiance and my parents are both helping us out financially with our wedding in one way or another. The wedding ceremony is in a church, the reception is in my parents (my childhood home) backyard. I was raised by my Aunt and Uncle and have a separate last name from them. This all leaves me with several questions.
Should I list both sets of parents by name? Is it appropriate to just put “together with their families”? Would it be insulting to do that?
I can’t seem to correctly find the answer to this online.
Post # 2
I know theres a lot of these but I cant quite find the answer when I google.
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2015 - Miami, Fl
Together with their families
Request the honor/honour of your presence
Post # 4
Please join in the wedding of x and y with the support of familyZ.
Post # 5
I was adopted and know my birth parents and my fiancé has parents and step parents we went with together with their families 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2016 - Boettcher Mansion
We also went with “Together with their parents” or “Together with their families”, mainly because my FH’s parents are divorced and my dad passed away, so rather than expose all that in an invitation, we went the simple route.
Post # 7
Together with their families sounds perfect 🙂
Post # 8
We used “together with their families.” I think it would great in your case!
Post # 9
We used ‘together with their families” because my parents are both remarried.