Post # 1
So I’m stuck on how to word my invitations. My mom is paying for half of the wedding and myself and my fiance are paying for the other half. How should we word it? I’ve looked everywherre and can’t seem to find this combination. Or how do you word bride’s parents along with the couple hosting?
Post # 3
If you don’t think your parents will be offended, you could always go with the “together with their parents…” Otherwise you could say something like “together with the bride’s parents…” Wedding paper divas recommends:
Together with Mr. & Mrs. John Smith,
Request the honor of your presence at their wedding…
Post # 4
Wording can be tricky! I looked around and could only find if both parents and bride/groom host. Hopefully this can get you closer to what you need. Good luck!
Both Parents and Bride/Groom Host
Miss Jane Marie Smith
Mr. Thomas Allan Johnson
together with their parents
request the favor of your presence
at their marriage
Saturday, the sixteenth of July
Two thousand and eight
at six o’clock in the evening
Peachtree Presbyterian Church
3434 Roswell Road
Post # 5
Do you really care if people know that you paid for half? My parents are paying about half and we’re just doing “Dad and Mom Corgitales invite you to celebrate with them at the marriage of their daughter” (I am anti “mr and mrs”). I feel like at this stage in my life— 25 with a good job– it is SO nice that they are paying anything at all and I really want them to have the honor of “hosting.” I don’t care if people don’t know that we paid too.
Post # 6
My parents are paying for the whole thing and I just asked them if they wanted to be on the invite and they said no. So we dont have any of that stuff we just have-
Bride & Groom
Are excited to announce they will be married
at a private beach ceremony in Nassau, Bahamas on
November Fifth Two Thousand and Ten.
Your Invited to join them upon their return for a fun filled
celebration with wedding bells, dinner, drinks & dancing.
Saturday, November Twenty Seventh
Two Thousand and Ten
Six O’clock in the Evening
Post # 7
Together with their parents
request the pleasure of your company
at their marriage