(Closed) Hi I need help wording invitations

posted 9 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

How bout this?? its just an example I found.

 

Kristen Russell and James Sabino
will be married on the seventeenth of August
at a private beach ceremony
in Key West, Florida
You are cordially invited
to join us upon our return for a
Caribbean-Style Wedding Celebration on Sunday, the twenty-fifth of August
two thousand and nine
at two o’clock
The Gazebo at The Waters Inn
Quincy, Massachusetts
Caribbean Casual Attire
Regrets only: (330) 606-8274
by August 10th

Post # 4
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3539 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

and great date for your reception party date.. Its the same day as our wedding 🙂

Post # 5
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Helper bee

You should either keep it all in third person, or all in first person. Third person is more traditional, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it the other way!

If you are going to be going the more traditional route, you may want to spell out the entire date: August fourteenth, two thousand and ten (There’s no need to put what day of the week it is)

Join us in celebrating the
marriage of
BRIDE
and
GROOM
with a reception marking the
return from our wedding
ceremony in the
DESTINATION
The reception will be held
DATE
LOCATION

oooor

BRIDE
and
GROOM
will be married in a private wedding ceremony
DATE
in the beautiful LOCATION
Please celebrate with us at our reception following the ceremony
DATE
LOCATION

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2004

For the post wedding celebration invites are typically sent three to six weeks in advance and they are usually less formal then wedding invites. You could try something as simple and elegant as this:


Just Married!

Please celebrate our marriage

Cocktails, Dinner, Dancing

 

Saturday, the 14th of August

at six o’clock in the evening

 

Hotel Vitale

8 Mission Street

San Francisco, California

 

Gingers (Your first name) and your FI’s first name


Good luck!!

 

 

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