Post # 1
We are doing a tri-fold invite and this will be in the middle. We will have the wedding website etc on a seperate pannel. You guys have great advice so please help me out! I like it but just need a little help fine tuning. Thanks!
Post # 3
More formal invitation always write out the words for the numbers in the date, time, etc., i.e. the twenty-second of September, four o’clock.
I also think it sounds a little odd to say “4 o’clock in the evening,” I would probably opt for “afternoon.”
Post # 4
I agree with the PP…4 is in the afternoon.
Also…the bride and her parents names usually go first….especially if they are hosting.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
I would make For lowercase. Also- Miss Piggy should go above Kermit. What about making the “&” in the same script you use for the names?
Post # 6
@KCKnd2: I actually consider 4 evening too! But I guess there is some usual ettiquete with that…
Also, I would take off the italics, and I agree with everything KCK said. I would also space out that bottom portion to not mix time and location
Post # 7
I think “are joined in marriage” sounds better than “join in marriage”.
I’m so glad Kermit and Piggy are finally getting married!!
4 is definitely afternoon
5 can be either afternoon or evening depending on the formality of the wedding (I had to figure this out as our ceremony is at 5 pm)
6 is evening
Post # 8
ahh yes, afternoon! thanks! We are having a really casual BBQ style wedding and this will be on our kraft paper inviation so I think I might leave the times like that to match? I am finding I have been guilty of not paying too much to inciation wording lol
Post # 9
@GroovyHippieChick: Hahahaha. Team Pigmit!
Post # 10
for a celebration of love doesn’t need to be capitalized, because it is part of the sentence.
Have you considered any other fonts?