My boyfriend and I live in separate states, and I am visiting him for a few weeks. Today I went to get the mail and noticed a wedding invitation addressed only to my boyfriend. Interested in what wedding he was invited to, I look on the back to see the return address. It's the wedding of my boyfriend's best friend, a wedding that he's a groomsman in. Since the outer envelope said only his name, I figured they were being etiquettely sound and mailing me a separate invitation since we don't live together (back story: we've been dating for seven years, long before my boyfriend met his friend or him and his fiancee started dating). I wanted to see the invitation, and figuring he wouldn't mind me opening his mail just this once, I opened it up to find that the inner envelope said: "Mr. Smith and Guest."I'm not outrageously close to the groom's fiance, but my boyfriend and the groom were roommates for four years in college, all of which I was dating my boyfriend for. He's in the wedding. Actually, he might be the best man, we're not sure (THAT'S a long story, the moral of which is never let men organize a wedding).Am I totally wrong for feeling snubbed? It's not as if I don't know these people or they aren't good friends of ours. In the years we have been together my boyfriend and I have always either been sent separate invitations or, if one was sent to one of our addresses, it had both our names on it. Just because we aren't in a hurry to get married like everyone else seems to think we should be, I feel like this "and Guest" business is saying that our relationship isn't as valid.Any insight?