Your wedding should be absolutely perfect and reflect who you are as a couple – yes, that includes everything down to the wording on your wedding invitations. When it comes to choosing your wedding invitation wording some brides go traditional, while others take a more modern wording approach.
Traditional Wedding Invitation Wording
If you are throwing a more formal affair, traditional wording is the way to go.
- Names of the bride’s parents or other hosts
- First name and last name of the couple including their titles: Sir, Lady, Dr., etc.
- Where the ceremony is to be held
- Date, month and year of the wedding
- Location of the reception
- Address to which guests should r.s.v.p
- An r.s.v.p. date
- Details of any dress code or theme
- Time guests can expect the day to come to an end
- Whether children are invited
Modern Wedding Invitation Wording
Modern wedding invitation wording is very short, sweet and to the point. This style wording simply announces your wedding and where you want people. Generally, there may not be a physical r.s.v.p. card included, but rather a website telling friends and family how to reply and stay connected with you. Like this cute wording:
Your love and friendship have
helped us become who we are.Together with our parents,
we invite you to share our joy
and support our love,
as we exchange vows and
celebrate our marriage.
Bride’s Name & Groom’s Name
Saturday 19th May at 4 o’clock
Ocean Cave Summit, Manhattan, NY
A celebration with dinner, drinks
and dancing to follow.
your wedding website address here
Custom Wedding Invitations
When it comes to quirky, fun, outrageous style weddings you should consider humorous or fun wording in your invitations. Like…
No church, No aisle, No chairs…
Just two crazy people in a field
Vowing to each other a lifetime
of dirty jokes and random misadventures
Please join us as we commit ourselves!
Visit our website for more information!
Your Website Address Here
Or something sweet and fun like this:
Because your love and friendship have made us who we are,
And because you enjoy good beer and BBQ as much as we do,
Invite you to join them at their wedding
Doors open for guests to arrive at 7:30 p.m.
Wedding Ceremony 8 p.m.
BBQ & Beer Reception Continues at 8:30 p.m.
Ready to start working on your wedding invitations? Let us know how we can help, and check out these great articles on DIY Wedding Invitations and what to watch out for when mailing your invitations out!
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