Question by  Jeff3353 (6)

What is proper wedding invitation wording etiquette for a formal wedding?


Answer by  malone (4817)

Go to a stationery store and look through the wedding invitation sample books. There are many different ways to word an invitation, depending on your circumstances and wishes.


Answer by  Lisa6938 (485)

The proper etiquette for a wedding invitation is a request that Mr. and Mrs. _______, the parents of the bride request the presence of a a particular guest. This is the traditional wedding announcement form, which comes from the days when the parents' of the bride paid for weddings.


Answer by  Missy74 (262)

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Doe request the honor of your presence at the wedding of their daughter Mary Barbara Doe to Paul B. Smith on (date,time,place of wedding)


Answer by  lcm (132)

'Mr and Mrs Georgina Wilson invite you to the wedding of their daughter Elizabeth to Dr Timothy Elders', works when the bride's parents are sending the invitations (which is traditional).


Answer by  Anita27 (656)

A formal wedding invitation should include the parent's names if they are paying for the wedding. A formal invitation does not mention the reception or the registry.

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