Post # 1
i think i read some where online that the wording for invitation should:
1. be all capitalized letters
2. spell out the date and time (ex. “the thirtieth of may, half past one o’clock”, rather than 5/30, 1:30pm)
are the above etiquettes true and must do-s? or can it be flexible?
Post # 3
I think that generally that is accurate. However, I don’t think it’s a “must-do” (then again I don’t think many things are “must-dos”), especially if you are having a less formal wedding.
Post # 4
You should definitely spell out the date and time.. but I’ve never heard of the invitations being in all capital letters.. mine certainly were not.
Post # 5
Ive never heard of everything in capitals, but yes on the spelling out the date and time.
Post # 6
Thank you so much!
one more question, should it be:
Sunday, the Twelfth of September
Two Thousand Ten
at Four o’clock in the afternoon
Sunday, the twelfth of September
Two thousand ten
at four o’clock in the afternoon
(please note the difference in bolded capitalized letters)
Post # 8
First one, with more capitalizations. I just double checked against my own invite which was done by my wedding planner.