Request to invite another person to a holiday dinner

My in-laws always spent Thanksgiving with my Father-n-laws adult children and families from his previous marriage. This past year my Father-n-lawn (their father) passed away and my mother-n-law has said she would like to come to our home for Thanksgiving this year, and has requested that we invite his children. We are fine with that idea even though we have never done so in the past. My question is how do I go about inviting them? Do I mention anything about my Father-n-law not being around to share the day with us and thought that maybe they would like a change of venue or just simply invite them.

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Holiday Invitations
by: Ms P Etiquette

Dear In-Law,

Please, simply extend a heartfelt invitation to join your family for Thanksgiving. You need no other explanation. And it is a lovely gesture to include her.

Ms Practical Etiquette

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