Post # 1
Hey girls, I’m struggling to find my invitation wording when it come to the ceremony. I want the bottom of the invitation to tell our guests that there is going to be limited seating for our garden wedding but there will be standing room. Can anyone think of something simple and elequent to say? Thanks!
Post # 3
I can’t think of a way to word it on the invitation. Do you have a website on which you could make note of it? That would allow you more space to elaborate.
Post # 4
I think this is something like that should be addressed separately from the formal invitation. Maybe include a note about that on your website or on a separate business card sized insert.
I have no real suggestions for wording, but just a reminder to reserve seats for your elderly guests or guests who might have a hard time standing during the ceremony (for example, my Future Mother-In-Law has fibromyalgia, my friend’s mom has Rheumatoid Arthritis and we’ll have some morbidly obese guests, all of whom I know would have difficulty standing during the ceremony).
Post # 5
I like the idea of adding it to a small insert in the invitation packet (just business card size or something).
I think it is nice of you to make sure you guests are aware that seating will be limited. Make sure you reserve seats for those that cannot stand and be ready that since guests know seating is limited that they may arrive REALLY early in order to get a seat.