Wording on Save the Date 50th Surprise Anniversary Party

by Suzanne
(Avon, Indiana)

My sister and I are throwing my parents a surprise 50th wedding anniversary party. We are preparing save the date cards. On the bottom of the card we are putting an e-mail adress for anyone who has questions about the event. Many people my sister and I do not correspond with on a regular basis and most are out-of-town. My brother is not close to either my sister or myself. He hasn't spoken to us in a couple of years. How should I phrase the e-mail address? Should we put both our names and the e-mail address or just the e-mail address. My sister says we should include who is hosting the event but I don't want to air our family business that my brother is not included.

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Invitation Wording
by: Ms P Etiquette

Hello Suzanne,

Why not just say the hosts are the children of the honorees? It is not necessary to give details in the announcement and I am sure your patents would appreciate that discretion.

Good luck with your party. And best wishes to the happy anniversary couple.

Ms. Practical Etiquette

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