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Need help addressing inner envelopes? Below are some helpful tips to get you started! Please note that these directions will vary depending on what source you use.

  • There are two ways you can address the inner envelope:
    • TRADITIONAL
      Exclude first name:
      • Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
      • Mr. Jefferson
      • Ms. Nightingale
    • MODERN
      Use first name or familiar title:
      • Ben and Debbie Franklin
      • Uncle Tommy
      • Flo

  • If children are invited to the festivities:
    • TRADITIONAL
      Exclude first names of parents, list childrens name below parents names:
      • Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
        William and Sarah
      • Mr. and Mrs. Washington
        Fred, Mary and Michael
      • Mr. and Mrs. Flintstone
        Pebbles
    • MODERN
      Use first names of parents or their familiar titles, can use "and family" or list out children's names:
      • Uncle Ben, Aunt Debbie and family
      • George and Martha
        Fred, Mary and Mike
      • Fred, Wilma and Pebbles

  • If extending an invitation to a single person and their unknown escort:
    • TRADITIONAL
      Exclude first names of invitee followed by "and Guest":
      • Ms. Nightingale and Guest
      • Mr. Jefferson and Guest
    • MODERN
      Use first names/familiar title of invitee followed by "and Guest":
      • Aunt Flo and Guest
      • Tom and Guest

  • Do not include children's names if it is an adults-only celebration.

  • Children over 16 years of age should receive their own invitation.

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