Post # 1
I changed some things for privacy reason. I just wan to know if this is good so I can change it or start printing them. Thanks.
mr. and mrs. parents
request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
on friday, the twenty ninth of april
at half after four o’clock in the afternoon
123 Seasame St.
Blank, MI 44444
Cocktails, dinner, and dancing immediately following
Post # 4
looks good! It is very formal in tone if that is what you are going for great! Are his parents in the picture? Are they going to be sad they are not included?
We liked the celebratory, enthusiastic, etc words to make it a little more personal.It is about the tone you are trying to set thoguh.
Post # 5
Sounds good to me, except traditionally most people would say “honor of your presence” only when referring to a house of God. If it’s a secular location, most people use “pleasure of your company.” (But it’s not wrong to say “honor of your presence” when referring to a secular location; it IS wrong to say “pleasure of your company” when referring to a house of God–you’re not God’s “company.” 🙂
I also think the “cocktails, etc.” line is fine; however, you don’t need it if you have a reception card with the time on that–people can figure it out. Just FYI.
Post # 6
thats the british spelling of honor isn’t it? I like “to follow” better than “immediately following”
Post # 7
I am aiming for formal. FI’s parents are barely in the picture and they don’t really care about the wedding so I don’t think they will be sad. Fiance doesn’t want them on the invites, he also requested they not be invited to rehearsal dinner and shower. However my parents think that it is a little much to exclude them. Although I don’t think they will care either way. Fiance would probably end up with hurt feelings in the end.
Post # 8
I think it looks good, but I would say “half past four” instead of “half after four”, but that might just be personal preference. Otherwise, I think it reads well 🙂
Post # 9
Sounds good to me.. Maybe change “at half after four o’clock in the afternoon” to “half past four o’clock in the afternoon”
Post # 10
I am doing kits from Michael’s and we have a rsvp card and a reception or direction card. Since our reception is at the same location I have decide to do the direction card.