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Basic Examples of Wedding Invitations Wording

Now that you are engaged you are excited to start designing your wedding invitation, you properly wondering what to write, how to format it and what to print out on the cards? No need to worry is normal to feel unsure and confused; weddings are stressful and time consuming. Which is understandable since every bride wants to have the best wedding in town.

Standard wedding invitations that boring and formal are not modern style anymore. Most brides want creative and eye catching cards. Weddings are the biggest day of the bride and grooms life is exciting and stressful at the same time. The stress usually from wanting your big day to be the best it can be and a memorable day for you and your guests.

You do not want to write anything on your cards you looking for examples and specific format to fallow. Standard wedding invitation card consist of:

  • Who will be hosting the wedding
  • Names of the bride and groom
  • Day, date, and year of the wedding,
  • Time of the ceremony
  • The location of the ceremony
  • The reception information
  • Dress code (if it specific theme wedding)
  • RSVP Date
  • Contact Details.

As long as you print out the above information on the card you have covered everything, anything extra you want to add such as love quote, something describes you and your partner or marriage quote is up to you.

Formal wedding card invite wordings parent of the bride as a host:-

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Request your honor of presence

To their daughter Samantha Smith Weds

Mathew Harrison

On Saturday 14 of August 2010 at 2.00pm

The ceremony will begin

At St Andrews Church

Fallowing reception at Burleigh Wooten Receptions

Please join us to celebrate their union

Informal wedding card invite wordings bride and groom as a host:-

A happy marriage is a new beginning of life, a new starting point for happiness and usefulness.

Makita Williams

and

James Edwards

would like you to join them

to witness as they tie the knot

On Saturday 14 of August 2010 at 2.00pm

The ceremony will begin

At St Andrews Church

Fallowing reception at Burleigh Wooten Receptions

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