Post # 1
Is it correct to write The wedding ceremony will be held on October 12, 2013 or October 12th, 2013 at so and so ????
Or is it a matter of preference?? “th”, “st” and “nd” is added to the dates? like on the rsvp : the favor of your reply is requested before September 30th, 2013 or September 30, 2013.
Post # 3
@heavenslight: If you are going to include the year, don’t include the “th.”
Post # 4
Sunday, the second of June
Two Thousand Thirteen
Half Past Four O’Clock
Post # 6
@chippybee: I will be doing this variation as well
Post # 7
@heavenslight: Yes, there are guidelines for this, some of which depend upon the formality of your event.
I had very formal wedding, so my invitation read:
Friday, the Twenty-Second of May
Two Thousand Nine
As a general rule, never include the “st,” “nd,” “rd,” or “th” following a date when using numerals. For example, if I were writing today’s date on anything, I would write June 28, 2013 (not June 28th.)
Post # 8
A little less traditional design – This is ours: