If they do, that's very nice of them. You can always try: In some cases, checks will be accepted with a single signature—even when bank policies require multiple signatures—because the missing signatures go unnoticed.
Most suggest not changing your name until after the honeymoon so that travel documents and ID match in your maiden name. At my bridal shower, someone wrote a check to Mr.
Money is always a nice gift, but several complications can arise if you write a check out to both people using "and": One of them might change their name, and it will no longer match the name on the check. But if the bride takes her time changing her name or doesn't at all like me!
We got there and immediately had an issue with the names on the checks. Use both of their pre-married or maiden names. Deposits are easier: If the plan is to deposit the check as opposed to cashing it, the process should be easier.
Writing Checks to Multiple People If you're writing a check to more than one person, keep in mind that you can make it relatively easy or difficult for them to deposit the funds.
Fifty dollars is still a good threshold, but again, do what you can afford. Millennials are getting married at an older age, and have often established households prior to the wedding—whether that be on their own as individuals, or as a couple.
Sign both your names on the signature line.