Post # 1
I live in Virginia, and my wedding will be in Virginia. It would be a major help if she could help out with guest lists, etc. Would you think it was weird to be attending a wedding in Virginia, but the correspondence is sent to Texas?
Post # 3
*She being my mother, who lives in Houston, TX
Post # 4
When you say "correspondence" do you mean the RSVP card?
I don’t think that’s weird. Mine were sent to my parents’ house in a different state; if they are hosting then the RSVP’s can be sent to them.
Post # 5
Not weird at all. Our wedding is in Maryland, but the RSVP’s were sent to Seattle, where we live.
Post # 6
For several of the weddings I’ve been to, the RSVPs have been handled by someone other than the bride and groom — usually one of the parents. If you’re concerned about confusing your guests, you could always include wording to the effect of "Please return this RSVP to the bride’s mother by [date]."
Post # 7
I don’t think it’s odd at all. In my area, where a lot of girls get married young (21-23 usually), the RSVPs usually go to parents.