Post # 1
I am confused as to how the wording should be done.
My son and FDIL are getting married at their church, it’s a low key church, not fancy.
Then the reception is in a backyard, very casual.
Can they still have some formal/traditional wording, like the date/time spelled completely out etc…is that too formal?
ALSO…..I have read that because it’s at a church it should say honour of your presence….but is pleasure of your company OK?
Post # 3
Although I am not having a church wedding we are having a more casual wedding at a county park, with the reception in the same space. I think that what you want to do is perfectly fine.
Here is what I used:
Groom & Brinde Along with their families invite you to share in the celebration as they exchange their marriage vows at two-thirty in the afternoon on August the twenty-fifth two thousand twelve
Post # 4
If it is going to be a fun casual wedding anyways I think you can use almost any wording you would like, so long as it is respectable. “Pleasure of your company’ sounds fine