Post # 1
I am working on invites for a friend, who doesn’t want either set of parent names on the invite, even though the bride’s parents are paying.
They want just “the parents of” in lieu of names. Any ideas on how to word this properly?
I am thinking, “The parents of [bride] and [groom] invite you the wedding ceremony uniting their children in marriage.”
Any other creative ideas?
Post # 3
I’d go with “together with ther families, B & G invite you……” or “together with their parents…”
Post # 4
I had the same issue, we used;
Together with their parents
request the honour of your presence
at the celebration of their marriage.
Post # 5
I agree with wording that says something along the lines of “together with their families” or “together with their parents” Or, if you don’t want to mention parents at all, you could just say “The honor of your presence is requested at the marriage of bride and groom”
Post # 6
I will be using similar wording because both of our sets of parents are divorced.
“together with their families”
Post # 7
We just did “Together with their parents, Clare ______ and Noah ______ request the pleasure of your company at their marriage” My parents are divorced so I didnt want to deal with names at all!