Post # 1
I need a fun & festive phrase to use in our invitation intro to precede “you are cordially invited to the wedding of her name & his name”. Eat drink & be married is very cute (and perfect in tone/mood) but too done. What are some alternatives? Give me your freestyle!
We want to set a fun tone & a lot of standard invite verbiage doesn’t feel ike “us”.
thank you 🙂
Post # 3
Girl…I hear you. We were trying to think of something cute and different from Eat, Drink and Be Married for our coasters FOREVER. Spoiler alert: We couldn’t think of anything.
If it makes you feel any better, my mom and aunt saw the coasters and thought they were the funniest/most original thing they’ve every seen. I chalk it up to the whole “when you’re planning a wedding you see all the wedding stuff all the time” thing.
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@StL.Ashley: it’s soooo hard! Ha, like invites & coasters are life & death! but it seems like it should not be so difficult! I’m usually good at this kind of thing but like everything else thus far, when it comes to MY wedding my previously trusty skill set fails me, it is no where to be seen. I work in the event business for crying out loud & I could not be more useless to my own event. I thought this would be a breeze but its decidedly NOT!
let’s be each others eyes & ears for this quandrey 🙂
Post # 8
First Comes Love, Now Comes Marriage
What are you doing on ____? Nothing? Fantastic!
Yehyehygirl and yehyehboy invite you to…
Post # 9
@julies1949: Thank you for the link – a ton of content there to browse! How are you always so quick?!
@sofialovesmikey: those are good…..keep ’em coming..thank you!
@CurlyCue: I need the wording to end in the bride & groom’s name to fit the format of the invite. With the only info following being the date, time, place, etc. The format outline is making it even more difficult.