How To Address Mitzvah & Wedding Invitations

Addressing wedding or bar/bat mitzvah invitations has just gotten a whole lot easier with this amazing infographic from the Wedding Planners Institute of Canada.

If your invitation does not include an inner envelope, you can follow the etiquette for outer envelopes. Two exceptions are families invited with children, and guests invited with “and Guest”.  In these two cases, follow the etiquette for the standard inner envelope – children’s names are traditionally included below the parents’ names, “and Guest” is written next to the guest name.

Guide To Addressing Invitations

How to Address Wedding & Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitations

We hope this makes the process of addressing your wedding or mitzvah invitations a bit more fun!

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