Post # 1
I’m DIYing my RSVP cards to match my invites. Here’s my situation:
How do you invite families? We are biting the bullet and not allowing +1’s. Unless you are married or living together, you don’t get to bring a perfect stranger to my wedding. So my Fiance and I both have a few aunts/uncles who have children in their late teens/early 20’s who live at home and are obviously not bringing anyone to the wedding. How do I address the envelope? Mr. and Mrs.lastname. aunt uncle cousin cousin cousin cousin lastname. Yes this aunt and uncle have 4 kids. ugh I’m so confused by all of this.
Post # 3
bump! Pleeeaaassseee Bees! I have a few families in particular that I’m having trouble with. One is a family of two parents and 4 kids. 2 kids are in highschool and 2 are in college, but only one of the college kids lives on campus. another family is a recently divorced uncle and his duaghter who is in her twenties and doesn’t live at home. She gets her own invite right? Also, said uncle is dipping back into the dating pool and apparently has a gf that I haven’t met and probably won’t meet anytime before our wedding. Am I obligated to invite her?? Uncle was married for 20+ years! ugh this sucks!
Post # 4
If they are over 18 they should be receiving their own invite. We did it like this:
Mr and Mrs His last name, ____ last name, ____ last name.
On the RSVP card, we didn’t put names, but used the common “We have reserved ___ seats in your honor” So they knew exactly how many seats/people were invited.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2011 - Downtown 202
Here’s how we did it: Say we invited John and Jane Smith, and their son Jim.
John and Jane Smith
City, State, ZIP
On the RSVP card, we put “3 seats have been reserved in your honor”
Post # 6
thank you so much!! Both of you really helped me out, I appreciate it
Post # 7
Question…. when you put “2 seats have been reserved in your honor”
where did you put that on the response card???
Post # 8
I think you put it like
“We have reserved ____ seats in your honor”
Please respond by blahblahblah