Post # 1
I am having a problem with our wedding word invitation. We are paying for the wedding and reception and very proud of it since we are the only people in like 20 weddings that we have been to that are doing this.
So i know that it doesn’t generally mean that if the bride and groom are inviting the guests that they are paying for the event, but i know some people still think this way.
The dilemma that we are having is that even though we want to put Our names as the ones who are inviting the people, but we also want to include our parents on the invitation.
So far we have something like this:
Groom To be
Bride to Be
son of parents
and daughter of parent
invite you to share in the pleasure of their marriage
Now it sounds awkward and we don’t know what to do. Another option would be to do something like Groom’s parents and Bride’s parents invite you to share in the marriage of Groom and Bride etc…
Post # 3
along with their parents
(Mr & Mrs Bride)
(Mr & Mrs Groom)
request the pleasure of your company
I also have some sggestions that you might want to look at adapting here;
Hope that helps?
Post # 4
Hi EBM 🙂
What about this wording: You can also leave their name off and start with
together with our parents. But tell us what you think.
Together with our parents
(Brides Parents name)
(Grooms Parents name)
We joyfully invite you to share
in our happiness as
we unite in marrige
Saturday, the twenty-seven of June
Two thousand and nine
seven o’clock in the evening
Name of location
Post # 5
I think i need to put the name on there because my parents have requested it. So we will try to make it work and I will report back.
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2018 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA
How about this:
The honor of your presence is requested as
Bride’s name (in a script or larger font)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bridelastname (in a smaller font)
Groom’s name (script or larger)
son of Mr. and Mrs. Groomlastname (smaller font)
join together in marriage
Saturday, the X day of X
Two thousand nine
X o’clock in the afternoon