Post # 1
1. “It’s been quite a wait, to set the wedding date…”
2. “I’ts been quite the wait, to set a wedding date…”
Which sounds better, 1 or 2? I switched the articles around (“a” and “the”) and this will follow the title of Save the Date. Which one is more apropos… We have been engaged for some time now, so I thought this was cute way to start off our little intro on the STD:)
Thanks Bees for your advice and so happy to be ordering them soon!:)
Post # 2
What about “It’s been quite the wait, to set a wedding date” ?
Post # 3
colorofmyheart: Sorry I had a typo! So you feel the second one sounds better? Thanks for your advice:)
Post # 4
I am obsessed with wording (write and re-write emails, texts, probably this comment, etc- it drives my loved ones crazy) so I understand the importance of this tiny difference very well! 🙂
That said, number 2 sounds better to me!
Post # 5
waterbaby: I’m glad it’s not just me being obsessed with wording! I’m working on my inserts and it both pleasures and pains me… I can’t believe how much time I’ve spent stewing over something so seemingly simple! Thanks for the advice on #2!:)