(Closed) Help! Wording for Mixed (up!) family

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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739 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill

Mo, I think that j_nicolle’s recent post may help.

My parents are divorced and so are Smarty’s parents.  This is what we’ve decided to go with, and ran it by all of the parents for safe measure:

Mrs. Crafty’s Mom
Mr. Crafty’s Dad
invite you to share in the joy
at the marriage of their daughter

Craftypants
to
Smartypants

son of
Mrs. Smarty’s Mom
Mr. Smarty’s Dad

I’ve read that if the parents are divorced, the mother is listed before the father and on a separate line.  This applies to whether she has remarried or not.  If you are including your stepfather, it would read just as you wrote (Mr. and Mrs. SnowStepdad, on the first line).

Good luck!  :o)

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill

Families… you gotta love ’em!  :o)

Post # 6
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294 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

I don’t know about the first part, but on the last part…..

usually people use ‘request your presents’ or ‘request the honour of your presents’, ‘invite you to join us’

Those seem to be the most common ones. I used the second one. Hope its some help!

You can also google ‘wedding invitation wording’ then you can select a site that have free samples of wedding invitation wording.

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Because my folks are divorced…I am choosing to take the easy way out in terms of choosing the order of names. I just started the invite as

Together with thier familes…and then

jone doe and jane doe invite you to……..

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