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Formal Wedding Invitation Wording to Get You Inspired

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Formal Wedding Invitation Wording to Get You Inspired
Formal Wedding Invitation Wording to Get You Inspired
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The wording of a wedding invitation may not be as interesting as the paper design, calligraphy and color scheme, but in the end, even the most ornate wedding invitation needs to be informative.

Your wedding invitation is the guest’s first impression of your celebration.Wedding invitations should include all important wedding information — who is getting married, who is officiating, where the wedding will be held and when.Here we have some formal wedding invitation wording, feel free to check them out and adjust them to your wedding style.

1. Divorced Parent Is Hosting Alone

Mr. Chris Brown
requests the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of his daughter
Heather Brown
to Charlie Witherspoon
Monday, the 4th of April
at six in the afternoon

2. Everyone Is Hosting
Heather Brown &
Charlie Witherspoon
together with their parents
invite you to share and celebrate at their wedding
Monday, April 4, 2011
at 6 in the afternoon

3. Divorced Parents Are Hosting Jointly

Mr. and Mrs. Brown &
Ms. Rachel M. Wood
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter
Heather Brown
to Charlie Witherspoon
Monday, April 4, 2011
at 6:00 in the afternoon

Note:

Since you’re listing the parent’s name above, there’s no need to list the bride’s last name unless it’s different than the last name of the parent who’s hosting.

If everyone is paying for the wedding, the invitation begins with the bride’s name, followed by the groom’s name, and finally the parents’, starting with the bride’s side.

A good rule of thumb is to list whomever is paying for the majority of the wedding, first.

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