(Closed) Invitation wording..odd situation

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
962 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

the name you’re known by, is that your middle name?  i’m kind of confused… is it a nickname?

Post # 4
2186 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

are they formal? if so it would read something along the lines of

Mr. Aquabridesdad Last name requests the your presence at the marriage of his daughter Aqua bride (full first and middle name – include last name as well if you dont share your fathers name) to Future hubby full name… son of blah blah blah…

easy way to do it.

you usually use your real first and middle name but if you are having informal invites you can always put the name you go by in “quotes”???

Post # 6
581 posts
Busy bee

I had a similar situation with regard to the name issue.  I’d use the name Ann and let it stand at that. 

If you are comfortable with crediting your father with the wedding, you may want to say:

Mr. Paul W. Smith  (you can add a line for your FI’s parents)

requests the honour of your presence

at the marriage of his daughter

Ann W. Smith


Robert S. Jones

Post # 7
962 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Ok, I get it now, here are some suggestions:


Because you have shared in our lives
with friendship and love, we

Ann Lastname
FHfirst FHlast

Together with Mr. AnnDadFirst AnnDadLast
invite you to share in the celebration
as we exchange marriage vows on


Mr. AnnDadFirst AnnDadLast
Invites you to join him
In the celebration of love
As his daughter

FirstName Ann
is united in marriage to
FHFirst FHMiddle



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