Ever wonder what the appropriate verbiage is for your wedding stationery? Well, the good news is there is no right or wrong way. Ultimately, the wording is completely up to you, however, there are a few common styles that most couples prefer. We've gathered a variety of tips to help customize examples for your big day
Traditionally, the bride’s parents host the wedding. That being said, you can name whoever who wish – both families, you and your other half, step parents, or even your children.
Traditional and religious ceremonies call for formal wording e.g. ‘request the pleasure of your company…’. Modern and civil services lend themselves to more casual language like ‘Join us to celebrate….’
Usually, the bride’s name comes before the groom’s. Names on same-sex invitations can be arranged alphabetically or in which ever order has the best ring to it!
Formal invitations tend to list the entire address, including postcode. But with Google at our fingertips, it’s becoming a trend to simply put the venue and city – your guests will figure out the rest.