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How To Word Wedding Invites

Here are some standard and buy cialis online alternative ways to word your wedding invitations.

If the wedding is being hosted on your own:
“Jane Porter and David Broadbent request the pleasure of your company at their marriage…”

When the wedding is being hosted by the parents of the bride:
“Mr and Mrs Frederick Porter request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their acomplia pill slimming daughter Jane to Mr David Broadbent at St Michael’s Church, Wilburly, on Saturday, 26 th July 2010 at 3pm and afterwards at The White Swan Hotel, Wilbury…”

When the wedding is being hosted by the parents of the bride (alternative wording):
“Mr and Mrs Frederick Porter request the pleasure of the company of (name of guest(s) written by hand) at the marriage of their daughter Jane Frances to Mr David Broadbent at St Michael’s Church, Wilbury, on Saturday, 26th July 2003 at 3pm and afterwards at The White Swan Hotel, Wilbury…”

Invitation to a wedding, bride’s parents divorced and mother remarried:
“Mr Federick Porter and Mrs James Culver request the pleasure of…”
If the mother is not remarried, begin like:
“Mr Frederick Porter and Mrs Judy  Porter…”

Invitation to a service of blessing:
“Mr and Mrs Federick Porter request the pleasure of your company at the blessing of the marriage of their daughter Jane…”

Invitation to a wedding reception only:
“Mr and Mrs Frederick Porter request the pleasure of your company at a reception following the marriage of their daughter Jane…”

Evening party only invitations:
“Mr and Mrs Frederick Porter request the pleasure of your company at an evening party following the marriage of their daughter Jane…”

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