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There is nothing better than a beautifully designed wedding invitation but they also need to be informative for your guests and wording needs to be right.
There is proper etiquette when it comes to wording your wedding invitations. Over the years I've had lots of questions around invitation wording, so I developed a handy guide that answers the common questions I get. Make sure you grab your copy below!
Let’s break it down. Getting the wording right for your wedding invitations is the start of a really great first impression. It’s really not so hard, and by the time you’re done with the guide, you’ll be wondering why you were so worried in the first place.
When wording your wedding invitations you can follow this basic rule of thumb and then adapt based on the scenario that suits you best
1. Proper Names of those hosting the wedding
2. Request Line (ex. Request the honour of your presence)
3. Your names
4. Date & time of your Wedding
5. Name and Location of your Wedding
6. Reception line and details (ex. reception to follow or cocktails and dinner to follow)
Those are the basic necessities for your invitations, although there are some etiquette guidelines you’ll want to consider. Those can be found in our guide. Sign up to our mailing list to get your copy.
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