Post # 1
I know this may be a silly question, but I can’t decide how to word my save the dates.
My friend is being extremely patient & kind enough to design them for me, but I’m stuck on the wording.
It’s a fairly formal save the date b/c the wedding is formal….
Also, does the women’s name always come first??
Thanks so much!!
Post # 3
I would just put the names in the order that they sound best. Fiance has a one syllable name and I have a two, so I put my name first. It’s totally personal preference.
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2011 - Vandiver Inn
I voted for the first option. But to answer your question, yes… the woman’s name always goes first. 🙂
Post # 5
I wasn’t sure if “celebrate” and “wedding” was redundant so that’s why I couldn’t decide….
Post # 6
I voted for “the marraige of” because you are not actually celebrating the wedding, but the marraige. The wedding is the celebration.
Post # 7
I think the first sounds better and will fit in your formal invitation – where I think the woman’s name goes first for etiquette
Post # 8
The wedding is the celebration of the marriage, so it doesn’t sound right to me to say “Join us to celebrate the celebration of the marriage of… ” I would go with the second option. 🙂
Post # 9
Of course it’s a 50/50 vote! haha