Post # 1
This is what i have I would like to put dinner dancing & cocktails but i dont want people to think its an open bar (its cash bar open bars are not the norm here)
My mom thinks i should take out the whole dinner, dance, fun part. She thinks people will know its dinner!
Mishellee ****** and
Nick ****** Will be married at a private beach ceremonyon the 5th of November2010 Nassau, Bahamas
Please join themfor a celebration filled with dinner, dancing & fun!on 27th of November20106pmWyndham Portland AirportPortland, Maine
Post # 3
dont mind where the and and will are they will be lined up 🙂
Post # 4
double post! im clearly having some issues!
Post # 5
I think listing out “dinner, dancing & fun” makes the invites less formal/more casual but if that’s the feeling you’re going for – I like it. That would be too casual for my invites and event so it just kind of depends.
I don’t think I would get that it is a cash bar from what you wrote though. Could you maybe spread that by word of mouth? (I don’t really know a good way to do it otherwise)
Post # 6
Hi think KMM has a point – I also didn’t get from the invitation that it was a cash bar. I also don’t know how else you are able to word the invitation without putting that on there. I would maybe try to spread the word that it’s cash bar by word of mouth.
But…you did say that it’s the norm around you, so maybe people will be expecting cash bar anyway. If that’s the case, I kind of like your wording! I think it sounds cute and fun. Are you going for a more casual setting, or were you looking to make it formal? If more formal, maybe change it to “dinner, dancing and good company”
Post # 7
looks good to me! Happy wedding date (mine is the same 🙂 )
Post # 8
I just kinda thru in the fun because i wanted to add something else to dinner and dancing! any suggestions on the 3rd word are welcome!