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Addressing Invites w/ no inner envelope

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#1 PVBride

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    Posted 16 July 2007 - 09:23 AM

    I am in the process of addressing invitations for our pre-wedding party, but am having trouble finding etiquette for addressing w/out an inner envelope.

    I would like singles to have the opportunity to bring a guest, but is it proper to include "and guest" on the outer envelope??And what about families with children? Is it okay to just put "The Smith Family" on the top line?

    TIA! Jackie

    #2 RaydensMama

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      Posted 16 July 2007 - 09:30 AM

      I know when my sister addressed her wedding invites she put "The ___ Family" if they had young kids and sent individual ones to older kids who were allowed to bring a guest. I dont think theres anything wrong with putting "and guest" on the outside if you cant put it on the inside.

      #3 tvt

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        Posted 16 July 2007 - 11:05 AM

        i don't think there is anything wrong with putting "and guest" on the outter envelope. I honestly didn't know that it was "proper" to have an outter and inner envelope! I just got an invite with 2 envelopes and i was like "what a a waste!"

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