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Wedding invitation wording guide

The wording for your wedding invitation is a personal decision and something that you should discuss with both sets of parents too, just in case they’d like to be mentioned. Some parents like to see the invitation being addressed from them, especially if they are paying for part (or all) of the wedding. Other parents may feel strongly about not being mentioned and some won’t have a preference either way.

Don’t be afraid to have fun with your wording and let your personalities shine through. There is no right or wrong way. As long as all the key information is there, it doesn’t really matter how you word it.

From the bride’s parents

Mr and Mrs Tomas Smith
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter

Lucy Jayne Smith
to
Andrew Ryan Parker

Friday 20th September 2014 at 1.00pm

St Peters Church, Buxon

Reception to follow at The Old Hotel, Fairfield

From both sets of parents

Mr and Mrs Smith and
Mr and Mrs Parker

request the pleasure of your company
to celebrate the marriage of

Lucy Jayne Smith
and
Andrew Ryan Parker

Friday 20th September 2014 at 1.00pm

St Peters Church, Buxon

Reception to follow at The Old Hotel, Fairfield

From the b + g and parents

Together with their parents

Lucy Jayne Smith
and
Andrew Ryan Parker

request the pleasure of your company
at the celebration of their marriage on

Friday 20th September 2014 at 1.00pm

St Peters Church, Buxon

Reception to follow at The Old Hotel, Fairfield

From the b + g only

We’re getting married!

Lucy
and
Andrew

would love you to join them
as they say their vows and get hitched

Friday 20th September 2014 at 1.00pm

St Peters Church, Buxon

Reception to follow at The Old Hotel, Fairfield

Don’t forget that all of our wedding invitations are personalised free of charge. This means we will alter the wording style to suit you and we will customise the design to match the colour scheme of your wedding.