Post # 1
I am after a little advice today on wording for our invites. I could only find wording on wishing well poems – however were not having the wishing well or a birdcage – were going with the vintage suitcase. How do i put this into words :-/
Also i want to advsie guests that at reception beer and wine will be provided but BYO spirits – how can i say this with out sounding like a backyard BBQ 🙁
Any advice will be appreciated as i’m really stuck on this one
Thanks Ladies x
Post # 3
I can’t give you much advice on the wishing well, but I’m sure some other bees can if you’re set on a poem. The general consensus is that it’s rude to ask for any gift (especially money) on a wedding invite so you’d be better off spreading the preference by word of mouth.
I think “beer, wine and soft drinks provided” is sufficient. People will hopefully work it out 🙂
Good luck (and hopefully by bumping this you’ll get some other responses)
Post # 5
Honestly, I don’t think there is any polite way to do this on an invitation. You can provide beer and alcohol, and then maybe spread it via word of mouth? Personally, I am of the opinion that you should not ask your guests to supply anything at a wedding, so I would find it off-putting if it was put in an invitation at all.