Address wedding invitation couple dating
If both parties are doctors with different last names, both their names can be written on the inner and outer envelopes.
As a rule of thumb, the outer envelope of your wedding invitation should be more formal, with titles and full names, while the inner envelope is more informal, leaving out first names or titles and last names (if you're very close to the guest). Peter Underwood If she uses her husband's name socially: Dr. Peter Underwood If both parties are doctors, you can address the outer envelope: Doctors Anne and Peter Underwood Dr. Underwood Or The Doctors Underwood Apply the same rules you use for doctors for military personnel, judges, reverends and so on.Invitations are always addressed to both members of a married couple, even though the bride may know only one or knows that only one will attend. If the woman uses her husband’s name socially, the address is “Dr. James Werner.” If she uses her maiden name both professionally and socially, it is “Dr. James Werner.” If the husband is also a doctor, the address is either “The Drs. Barbara and Robert Werner.” Since it’s awkward and impersonal to address the outer envelope as “Mr. James Smith and Guest.” If you’re only using one envelope, include a short note with your invitation: “Dear James, You’re welcome to bring a guest to the wedding. Best, Laura.” If there’s time and James supplies the information, you can send his guest an invitation, too.