This is about invitation etiquette...We decided to approach the RSVP card situation a tad bit differently than normal in order to cut down on the unnecessary "can I bring" questions and the hot ghetto mess our families have been known to pull--- showing up with 10-15 uninvited people, as well let the "adult children" know they are also invited. We named everyone invited on the RSVP and put our wedding website at the bottom in an attempt to prevent write ins..(been lurking and reading for awhile)..
I keep reading that everyone over 18 gets their own invitation, my brain and pocket says..if you over 18 and still live at home you fall under their support system ...Therefore we decided that spending $5 or more per household to mail invites and stamp RSVP envelopes is just foolish and that money could be utilized elsewhere...Do you agree/disagree? Like everything in this world there are exception to the rules and we made adjustments for them..Ex...our nephew still lives at home to financially help his mother, he will get his own invite.
Kinda going off of the above; one family has an engaged daughter whose fiance we are inviting. Anyway the question is would you send her a seperate invite which includes the fiance or just add him to the family invite?
Did anyone else break any "etiquette laws"? I'm curious