Post # 1
The entire invitation process has been a nightmare (the vendor is running about six weeks behind schedule) but we’re finally getting somewhere. Would appreciate a critical eye, especially for any spelling, grammatical or etiquette errors!
FYI – We are roughly splitting the cost of the wedding by thirds (us, my parents, his father). Both of our parents are divorced, so we decided to keep the wording as vague as possible, yet still respectful, in the interest of simplicity.
Sample (the font colour is wrong on this – it should be a cooler taupe/birch shade (see next image):
Post # 3
Specifically, I’m wondering:
– Second line: whether ‘BY your friendship and love’ should be replaced with ‘WITH your friendship and love”
– Whether “We exchange marriage vows” should be “We exchange marriage vows ON”
Post # 4
@peonyinparis: are your names listed anywhere besides a return address???
Eta: nevermind. The shade used to block the names shows up exactly the paper color so i couldn’t tell…. Lol. Silly me.
Post # 5
@Soon2BeMrsS: Hahahaha, yes! I accidentally sent the redacted version to one of my bridesmaids to proof, and she was like…are you planning to fill in your own names?!
Post # 6
I would make it the “tenth” onstead of 10th. Looks wonderful!!
Post # 7
@peonyinparis: the invites match your Carolina Like a Glove. the wording is ok if you are not looking for ” proper etiquette” it is actually beautiful and I like it. Just depends on what style you are going for.