Post # 1
There is always some conversation to be had about how to word your invitations, which parents to put first, should the word “children” be used, etc. I find this type of wording quite traditional.
Tell me what NON-TRAD or unique language you used on your invites!
For me, it will be something like, “Please join us for an evening of love and laughter amongst family and friends as LilRhodyGem weds MrRhody.”
I found the language off of an invitation website and when I saw it I was like, “YES! That is so us!” Welcoming and warm but a bit different.
Post # 3
Please join us as we celebrate the love between
X & Y
at their wedding
Food, Drink & Merriment to Follow
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
@LilRhodyGem: Ooh I like that. Ours was fun and definitely not formal:
“Together with our families,
lolot and mr. lolot invite you to share in our joy as we unite in marriage
August 24, 2013 in wedding-place.
Dinner, drinks, music, and general revelry to follow – yippee!”
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2017 - Baton Rouge, LA
I’m bumping this… looking for some cute ideas. All I see is the generic “together with their familes him & her joyfully invite you to celebrate their marriage… yadda yadda.” I want to do something different- changing up the wording on the invitation is the first (free) way to really give people an idea for what they’re about to get into lol I still want it to be classy, but more personal. Hoping to hear from more creative bees!
Post # 5
“You are totally invited to the awesome wedding of _____ & _____!” Then it had all the info, and then on the back it said “So come join us for a night of drinks, laughter and awkward but enthusiastic dancing!”
Post # 6
You are cordially invited to share in a celebration of love, family & friendship as we become husband and wife. (You may also witness the groom KISS the bride)
That was ours 🙂