Post # 1
Mr. Promise and I are already legally married so ours will be a Catholic wedding ceremony and reception. I would like to stress that in my invitation so people don’t it’s just a party, two years after getting married.
Also, I have alot of relatives that do not speak English so most of my invites will have to be in Spanish. I speak and write in Spanish fluently although I am not too confident in my translation skills for a formal wedding invitation.
I have tried searching google with no luck and so I would appreciate any and all help. TIA!
Post # 3
1. Look online for invitations in Spanish. I’m guessing you can read the Spanish, then just copy the wording you like best for your invites! (You could also translate the Spanish back to English if you want the wording to match)
2. Post this to the Latino Board and see if one of those Bees can help you with a translations. (http://boards.weddingbee.com/board/latino)
Post # 4
they let you get married in a Catholic church even if you’re legally married already? i thought they were pretty strict with their rules. i’m getting married in a Catholic church too, and the priest said he has to do a “pre-nuptial investigation” on us I would have thought if we were already married that would be a problem…
Post # 5
Rosychicklet- Thanks for the suggestions. I was unaware there was a Latino board but will definitely check it out!
bridepower- I would like to think that the rules of the Catholic church are the same anywhere, but maybe not. Both the Catholic church we attend here in Dallas and the one we will be getting married at in Mexico don’t have a problem with it. Perhaps that “pre-nuptial investigation” you are talking about is to make sure you guys haven’t been married before to anyone else?