Post # 1
To make space on our invites, our printer has combined the date and year lines. I cannot find a hard answer online about capitalizing the ‘t’ on two or two thousand and twelve if it’s all in one year. The printer has it capitalized, but I think it looks a little strange.
So, bees, what’s the rule for the ‘t’? The invite reads like this:
Saturday, the tenth of March, two thousand and twelve
at four o’clock in the afternoon
Post # 3
You would only capitalize like you would in a normal written sentence. So the “t” would remain lower case.
Post # 4
Here, make it easier:
Saturday, March 10th, 2012
Post # 5
@tksjewelry: That’s what I was thinking. Darn invite formalities!
@AllRosesandSunshine: Ooh, it’d be so much easier, but we’re having too formal of a wedding to get away with that 🙂
Post # 6
@indibee: I think it looks good the way you have it. A capital T might look a bit odd just smack in the middle right there.
Post # 7
@indibee: I used to do tons of formal invitations and that was one of the few “rules” that I remember, to write and invitation as you would write it in sentence form.
Post # 8
@Juliepants: It totally did. I was all ‘it’s too tall and too random!’ Hahah.
@tksjewelry: Well thank you for sharing your knowledge with me 🙂
I sent off the little tweaks and changes, hopefully we get a final proof and they start printing soon! Wee!