Post # 1
Could you guys take a look at my wording and offer any suggestions or ideas? Does it look OK? I’m not sure which reception wording is best…which is good etiquette??
I originally wasn’t going to make a reception card, but I needed to put that dinner starts at 7 somewhere, and I thought it looked funny on the formal invite. Any suggestions?? THANKS!!! =)
Post # 3
I think the second wording on the card is better since you have the part about reception start time on the invite. Everything is correct otherwise.
Post # 4
It looks great to me! Great idea to have as many eyes proofread it as possible. I emailed copies to my parents, FI’s parents, FI, my bridesmaids… haha… evvvveryone read those dang things before they got printed! 🙂
Post # 5
I would take the reception info off of the main invitation because it is on the reception card.
I would use the second wording for the reception card, leaving off what time dinner starts. You want people to be there at 6.
Post # 6
Thanks for your help everyone!
@JoJo Bananas: I actually HAVE to put the start time of dinner somewhere. We are having a large Slovenian wedding, and we are notoriously late for everything! If I omit the “dinner start time”, people will literally START coming at 7!