Post # 1
Help! We are in the invitation stage of the wedding planning and don’t know how to word them properly. FH and I are paying for most of the wedding and my parents are happily contributing. Future Mother-In-Law hasn’t offered yet but we want to include all parents if possible. To make matters more confusing FH’s parents divorced many years ago and dad has since passed away.
How do we honor everyone on one invite?
Post # 3
We just said “along with our parents” so it included everyone in the invite. For example, Along with our parents, Mary Jane and Joe Bob invite you…” Or “Mary Jane and Joe Bob, along with our parents”
Post # 4
We put ‘Together with their families, [bride’s name] and [groom’s name] joyfully request the honor of your presence at their wedding on [date] at [time]’. Hope this helps!
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2018 - Coyaba Resort, Montego Bay
I second “Together with our families…”
Post # 6
I third the “together with our families” If you want to include their names, you could always do
firstname middlename lastname
daughter of mom lastname and dad lastname
Post # 7
I like Together with our families as well. If you want to put their names I would do
Mr & Mrs Brides Parents invite you to the wedding of their daughter, Miss Bride and Mr Groom, son of the late Grooms Dad and Mr & Mrs Grooms mom.
Hope that makes sense!