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WORDING THE INVITES


Free Expert Advice in our Guide to Wedding Invitation Wording

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So letís get onto how a wedding invitation should read.

 

There are two things that you need to determine here, firstly whether you want to go for a traditional or more contemporary wording, and secondly (as already mentioned) who is hosting the Wdding. Letís initially look at traditional and contemporary wordings (for the benefit of the examples we have assumed that the Brideís Parents will be hosting) to help you determine which initial style to go for.

 

Traditional with Guests Names in Top Left

Traditional with Guests Names included

 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Lionel McManus

request the pleasure of your company

At the marriage of their daughter
Leanne Jane
to
Mr. Mark Ian McBride
at St. John's Church, Egglescliffe,
on Saturday 21st June
at 11.15 o'clock
and afterwards at
The Parklands Hotel

 

 Mr. & Mrs. Lionel McManus

request the pleasure of the company of
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis

At the marriage of their daughter
Leanne Jane
to
Mr. Mark Ian McBride
at St. John's Church, Egglescliffe,
on Saturday 21st June
at 11.15 o'clock
and afterwards at
The Parklands Hotel

Alternative Wording

Informal Option

 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Lionel McManus

request the honour of your presence
At the marriage of their daughter
Leanne Jane
to
Mr. Mark Ian McBride
at St. John's Church, Egglescliffe,
on Saturday 21st June
at 11.15 o'clock
and afterwards at
The Parklands Hotel

 

James and Tina Lewis

 

 

Lionel and Emily McManus
invite you to share in the happiness
 of the marriage of their daughter
Leanne Jane
to

Mark Ian McBride

at St. John's Church, Egglescliffe,
on Saturday 21st June
at 11.15am
then afterwards at
The Parklands Hotel

 

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