When I say:
The board and council meetings will be held on the 5th and the 6th of this month, respectively.
it seems to be the proper way to say it and it sounds correct . But when I say:
Let's get tea and coffee for you and for me, respectively.
especially in an informal environment, it sounds unnatural at best and snobbish at worst. So what is a good informal word for 'respectively'?