Post # 1
I am doing my wedding invites & just want to make sure this sounds right..?
Together with their families
Jack & Jill
Request your company at the celebration
of their love and marriage
does that sound okay ?
also how do i write the date out .. August 21st 2010
Thanks so much 😉
Post # 3
To me it reads a little choppy. I think you should start a new line with “at the celebration of their love and marriage”.
And maybe to make that other line longer for better flow you could use “request the pleasure of your company”
For the date we wrote ours out like, on Saturday the twenty-first of August, but ours were very formal/traditional.
Post # 4
okay thanks..I just thought when it was not being held in a church you dont say request the pleasure?? Mayby I heard wrong thanks
Post # 5
if you are at a church, isn’t it “honour of your presence”?
Post # 6
LOL it may be ..I have no idea im confused with the wording of the invites lol
Post # 7
The church line is “request the honour of your presence”. “Pleasure of your company” would be perfect for your situation :).
Post # 8
I’d take out the word love – I just dont think it flows right. I do agree though that saying “Pleasure of your company” would work well for your situation.
As for the date, it depends on the formality of your event/invitations. More formal would be writing it out as Jacqi said; less formal, I’d just write August 21st, 2010.
Post # 9
THANKS 😉 I took the word love out too
Post # 10
OKAY one more question do i use a hyphen here
An answered prayer he is to me; <
My greatest blessing she’ll always be