Post # 1
Invite is on my parents behalf… who live out of state, and my mom is currently in London with my dad for awhile while he has knee surgery. (he works there and she commutes back and forth 🙂
I could have them come here to our house…. do I have them sent to
MY first My Last
His First His last
Our city, st, zip
My First Last
city, st, zip
Or, do they go elsewhere?
Post # 3
I had them sent just to me (My first last, street, city, etc). I’m the one handling the guest list, even though my parents are paying for it, so it makes sense for the RSVPs to come to me. And the only reason I left FI’s name off of it is because the RSVP envelope we got for a wedding recently was only addressed to the bride to be, so I basically copied them!
Post # 4
They should probably come to you, but it is up to you on how to word the return address. I have seen many people just use His First & Your First followed by the address. You would hope people would know who you are – plus your names will be on the invite themselves somewhere.
Post # 4
I had them sent to both of us since he had a larger portion of the guest list – it seemed like it would make more sense for his few friends that I haven’t met.
Post # 5
… Also, I was going to print the return envelopes…. Would it look bad to have return address lines?
Post # 6
I did them to me only. My parents are paying but I am doing everything.