(Closed) Could someone PLEASE quickly proofread my invites? Printing them in the morning!

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 4
3166 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

there’s not a comma after “daughter” but there is after your FH’s name so i say drop it from after his.

i would also drop the word “information” after accomodation and just say “accomodations” because that’s too many “ations” too me!

aaaand… i would make it “accepts” and “declines” or even “accept(s)” “decline(s)” vs accept/decline

Post # 5
1020 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

On the response card, it says “please indicated next to name” – it should say “please indicate” or “please indicate so”

Post # 8
1020 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

@Swoontobee Mrs.G: If you’re worried about people thinking you’re providing accomodations, you can say “for information regarding accomodations, directions, and full wedding details…” so that the “ation”s aren’t right next to each other. I think saying “for directions, accomodations, and full wedding details…” is just fine too, though.

Post # 9
273 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

Rather than “at the marriage of their daughter,” I think it should be “for the marriage of their daughter.”  But that’s nothing major and may in fact, be a preference thing.

For the reception card, I would drop the comma in the first sentence and the word “also” (unless it is held at the same location as the ceremony then it’s no big but still no comma).  “Please celebrate with us at a reception immediately following the ceremony also to be held at [location name].”

Personally, I think just having the word accommodations sounds weird especially since you are providing information on accommodations (like you though).  Maybe change it to “For directions, hotel information, and full wedding details” instead.

Post # 10
27 posts

if you havent already printed them i would suggest a change on the rsvp cards. you only have a space for names if theyre attending. but if someone declines they will likely not write their name and you might not know who it is. i would just have a space for the names before the choice of accept or decline.

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