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Invitation Etiquette

If you are addressing your invitations yourself, here are a few guidelines on how titles and names should appear on the envelope.

  • Spell out titles appropriately, i.e. Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr., Reverend, Captain, Lieutenant, Rabbi, Honorable, etc.
  • If a woman is widowed, Mrs. John Smith; if divorced, Mrs. Jane Smith
  • For children over 18 still living in the parent's home, they should either receive their own invitation or be listed separately on their parent's. (Be sure to use the correct prefix/title; Mr. or Ms.)
  • If guests that you are inviting share a home or are living together (or a married couple with different last names) use their full names by listing them separately and on different lines.
  • If you are inviting guests with children under the age of 18, list the children's individual names (or-and Family) below their parent's names on the inside envelope.
  • And if you are inviting single people to bring a guest, put their name and guest; Ms. Jill Adams and Guest.
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