Post # 1
Together with their parents
Invite you to join them
as they begin their new life together
On Saturday, the eighth of September
two thousand twelve
at two o’clock in the afternoon
St. Therese blah blah blah
Post # 3
Don’t forget to double check the addresses!
Post # 4
Are you just putting Shannon & David or middle/last names too? Just first names seems sort of strange.
Also- two thousand AND twelve, although that’s debated on WB quite a bit. You also don’t need “in the afternoon,” since two o’clock is pretty clear. No one gets married at 2am.
Post # 5
I like the “in the afternoon” We put ‘half past four in the evening’ on ours. 🙂
Post # 6
@baletrina: I also like the in the afternoon part. Sounds more proper.
@BooRadley: and yes our middle and last names will be added I just didn’t want to post thedroit te whole bee world to see! 🙂
Post # 7
Stupid iPhone! For the whole bee world ***
Post # 8
@baletrina: Same here (we also are getting married at 4:30 and said exactly what you did).
@BooRadley: I agree about 2012. In math, it’s “two thousand twelve.” On wedding invitations, it’s “two thousand and twelve.”