Post # 1
I am having a really hard time deciding on the wording for our wedding invitations. I have already sent the proof back to be changed twice and am now considering a third change! I’m sure whoever is working on my invitation must think I’m crazy, lol. Anyway, I’m looking for opinions on the wording. As I have it now it reads…”together with their families, name & name, warmly invite you to their wedding”. Does warmly sound right? We decided against “cordially” because it sounded a bit formal and we want our wedding to have a relaxed atmosphere. Should I leave it as it is or does it sound weird? Thanks all!
Post # 2
Together with their families
request the pleasure of your company*
as they are united in marriage
*If you are getting married in a church change the request line to “request the honor of your presence”
Post # 3
We wanted a very casual/relaxed atmosphere, so we just wrote “invite you to their wedding” and skipped the ‘cordially/warmly’
Post # 4
Ours will say “X and Y joyfully invite you to their wedding.” I didn’t like cordially either.
Post # 5
we did “invite you to join them as they celebrate the wedding of ___ & _____”
I wanted to say “invite you to join the fun as they celebrate the wedding of…” but my dad thought it was too relaxed.
Post # 6
Ours said “Together with their families, Bride and Groom invite you to celebrate their wedding day”. We also skipped the ‘cordially/warmly’
Post # 7
Thanks for all the input everyone! I decided to keep it simple and just leave it at “invite you to their wedding”. Sent it back one more time last night….hopefully the poor person who is getting all of my requests doesn’t want to kill me, lol.