- 5 years ago
- Wedding: March 2014
I’m getting married in a church (which my fiance and I have been attending for the past 10 years) and will invite some friends who don’t go to our church. The ceremony will be held in worship hall and there will be a lunch reception afterwards in the church multipurpose hall. There are 2 worship halls (East and West) and both are located on first level, while the multipurpose hall is located on ground level. Do I need to indicate on the invitation the location of the worship hall? How should I do that?
Or, will simply (Church name on line 1) (address on line 2) be enough?
Even though there are 2 worship halls, usually there is only 1 wedding per day.
And we intend to keep our bridal party small, so there will only be 4 guestbook attendants (2 for each guestbook; we’ll have 2 guestbook lines to speed up the process), and 2 ushers in the worship hall to help people find seats.
Most of our guests are our church friends, and we’ve been attending each other’s wedding so they are familiar with the location and seating arrangement. That’s why we only have 2 ushers.
I’m just worried some of the guests might get confused though the stairs leading to the worship hall is just across the entrance. We thought of putting up a directional sign like “I do” on 1 board and “We did” on another board below board 1 with arrows pointing to respective direction. But since the halls are on different storey, I’m not sure if it’s going to help.
By the way, if I’m going to spell the date and time, do I need to spell the numbers in the address too?
Should I use:
21, Beach Road 5
Twenty One Beach Road Five?