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10 Examples of Great Wedding Invitation Wording

10 Examples of Great Wedding Invitation Wording

The wording on your wedding invitation is important—it’s one of the first things your guests will associate with your wedding, and with a little thought and creativity, it can set the right tone for what’s to come. However, it’s easy to get lost in the sea of options or just settle for a traditional approach that doesn’t really reflect your wedding or who you are. To help you navigate the different approaches to wedding invitations, we have compiled a list of 10 examples of truly great wedding invitation wording, running the gamut from formal and traditional to informal and personal. Traditional Wedding Invitation Wording Here is a wedding invitation that follows the traditional wording and format. You will notice that, in this case, the bride’s family is hosting the wedding. Also note that the last name of the bride is different from that of the parents and is included. Traditional wording such as this is elegant and straightforward, and definitely for the more conventional occasion. This wording best suits a formal, traditional wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mary Jane Jones to Mr. Matthew Johnson Saturday, the fifteenth of August two thousand eighteen at half past five o’clock First Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Challenging SituationOur next example of an excellent way to word a traditional wedding invitation involves a situation where the bride and groom want to include the names of both their parents on the invitation, but one set of parents is divorced. Remember that no matter how complicated a family situation may be, there is...

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