Post # 1
I think it should say Nicole TO Geoffrey insted of AND but is it really that big of a deal? Opinions? Also I lower cased in the Respond cards the Seafood Stuffed Sole option it says Seafood stuffed sole….I guess maybe I am just stressing for no reason it’s just invitations. People read and toss. Please I just need to be reassured it’s not so BAD! Thanks girls
Post # 3
I don’t think either is that big of a deal. I woudln’t even notice the “to/and” thing and like you said people read and toss.
Post # 4
@Miss_Nicole_Marie: I think it can be worded either way. For a second I thought you had spilled red wine or something on them when I first read your title. This isn’t really messed up at all.
Post # 5
@Miss_Nicole_Marie: I don’t think it makes a difference whether it says AND or TO. I have seen it both ways! I thought that you had spilled something on them too! LOL 🙂 I think your invitations look great as is. 🙂
Post # 6
Deffinately not a big deal, I actually prefer “and” because it is both of you getting married. Not just you being marrried “to” him. Just think to yourself if this is the worst of it, well it’s not so bad. Put more of your worries into something else, you’re guests arent going to notice this small detail. I keep trying to think of the grand scheme of things when I notice something I did wrong 🙂
Post # 8
Not a big deal. My friend had Marie AND Charles all over hers…. it’s fine
Post # 9
I think that the And is ok because you didn’t preface it with Mr & Mrs Mother/Father invite you to blah blah blah! No worries, looks good to me!
Post # 10
I see “and” more often than I see “to”. Nobody will notice the capitalization issue. They look great!
Post # 11
@Miss_Nicole_Marie: I wouldn’t notice it. My eye is always drawn to the date, time, and location.
Post # 12
I didn’t notice and no one else will. Both “to” and “and” work.
Post # 13
No one will notice… really. Don’t fret!