(Closed) Help Latina Bees…

posted 7 years ago in Latino
Post # 3
98 posts
Worker bee

ah oops.. original comment was stupid. 


but i would assume so!

Post # 4
7291 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011

I’m pretty sure they recognize both these days!

When I sent stuff to Argentina I used ” Y” just because I wanted to be as easily understood and traditional as possible.

Post # 6
98 posts
Worker bee

@fresitachulita:  my first comment was just a bunch of ramblings about y and & being interchangable but in a spanish 1 sort of way so i edited it to be short and sweet lol

Post # 7
388 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012 - El Faro Convention center, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

I believe they are interchangable, I would suppose everyone knows what & means in Spanish. My invite is in Spanish, I used “&” & and even my oldest non-English speaking relatives understood it. 

Post # 9
330 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I have only seen “Y” on Spanish invitations, but think that it would be interchangeable these days. The invitations from Mexico are always so elegant. You should post a pic so we can see. I am considering asking a relative to have mine made there because he is visiting soon.

Post # 11
139 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

We’re Doing  my Future Mother-In-Law names and my parents names like this:

Sr. Miguel Lopez                            

Sra. Laura Rodriguez

Sr. Jose A. Perez

Sra. Enriqueta Garcia

I don’t think your guest will take offense if they see some americanism in your invitations or wedding , they know you live here and maybe they are expecting a mix of traditions (mexican and american)  like my guests in north east of mexico 


Post # 12
389 posts
Helper bee

go with “y”

it is more formal.  symbols are not a good idea in invitations 

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