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How to Word Invitations

Mr. and Mrs. ……. request the honour of your presence of the marriage of….. BORING!
There are so many unique ways to word invitations – no need to stick to the same old wording.
Here are some non-traditional ways to word invitations..
Bride’s parents hosting:
A life of sharing, caring
A love of endless giving together
Bride’s parents
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Brides name (only first and middle name)
and
Groom name (first, middle and last name)
on —-
at —-
Location
City, State
(on the above wording, if the groom’s parents are hosting, you can just replace bride’s parents with groom’s parents)
Bride’s parents
invite you to share in the joy
of the marriage uniting their daughter
Brides name (only first and middle name)
and
Groom name (first, middle and last name)
when they exchange marriage vows
and begin their new life together
on —–
at —–
Location
City, State

Because you have shared in their lives
by your friendship and love
you are invited to share with our daughter

Brides name (only first and middle name)
and
Groom name (first, middle and last name)
when they exchange marriage vows
and begin their new life together
on —–
at —–
Location
City, State

Bride’s parents
Both families hosting:
Please join our families
on this special occasion
when our children

Brides name (only first and middle name)
and
Groom name (first and middle name)
will be married
on —–
at —-
Location
City, State
Bride’s parents
Grooms parents
Bride, Groom and Parents hosting:
Because you have shared in our lives
by your friendship and love, we
Brides name (first, middle and last name)
and
Groom name (first, middle and last name)
together with our parents
invite you to share
the beginning of our new life together
when we exchange marriage vows
on —-
at —-
Locations
City, State
Etiquette tips: If the bride’s parents and groom’s parents are sharing any of the expense for the ceremony and reception ( church fee, venue fee, officiant, or reception faire such as bar or meals), the invitations should reflect as such – that both parents are paying. To not hurt any feelings, of course you will want to discuss invitation wording (and program wording) with both the bride’s side and the groom’s side before they are printed.

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