Post # 1
We’re going to be having a large bbq party at my parent’s house this summer to celebrate our recent elopement. My parents live in the country with a very large yard, and the party will most likely go very late into the evening, bonfires and smores and all that and include alcohol. We would like our friends to bring tents and sleep over if they plan on drinking.
I’m just not sure on how to phrase that section. I basically want to say: We have a huge yard in the woods (maybe throw in starry skies), so if you plan to drink, plan to bring a tent. Only nicer, any suggestions on phrasing?
Post # 3
I am also inviting people to stay over in tents. I came up with a rhyme to be cute, because I cant think of a fancy way to stay you are invited to sleep on the grass:p Here it is(Dont laugh, I am not the best rhymer):
“Instead of going home once you feel you are spent, pull up some grass and pitch your tent. In the morning, when you arent feeling your best, breakfast will be served to help you get back your zest. The bride and groom will be happy to host and if you ask nicely, they may make you toast. So let us know if you choose to stay and celebrate with us for one more day.”
All the people that are coming to this wedding have been camping on this land so I am not too worried about what they are going to think. If you like this, feel free to use it. I have yet to trademark it. Lol.
I hope this helps:D
Post # 4
@futuremrsmclean: That is super cute. I might have to steal the first line, the rest is a little too long for our invitations 🙂