Organizing your own wedding can be full of challenges. Because of these challenges, there are some things that are often overlooked. One of these things is the wedding invitation.
However, do you know that this is just one of the aspects of your wedding planning that should never be overlooked? In fact, this is often the very first thing that your guests will know of your wedding plans.
This is also the wedding aspect where problems first occur. So, to avoid unexpected oversights in your wedding plans, you may need to do a little research especially on wedding invitation etiquette.
The first part of the wedding invitation etiquette is the proper way of addressing your wedding invitation envelopes. Here are the basics:
1. Always use Miss for divorced female guests.
2. If it’s okay for your guest to bring a date, place the invitee’s name on the outer envelope and add “and Guest” on the inner envelope.
3. When sending an invitation to a titled guest, use his title and full name on the outer side of the envelope and just his title and last name on the inner side.
4. If you are also inviting the children of your guests, add the children’s names on the inner envelope under the parents’ names.