Planning

How to Verse a Wedding Invitation

Wedding invitations are a crucial part of wedding plans for any wedding ceremony. The number of invitations to a wedding is more than to an engagement. If planning a wedding, try to make the invitation, unique. Make sure that the invite is worded properly. This goes a long way in making the required effect on the invitee. Here are some suggestions about how to write an invite:

a) When the bride's parents are inviting:
Start with the parent's names and the formal "request your solicitous presence at the marriage of their daughter", followed by the name of the bride and the name of the groom. This should be followed by the date, day, time of the wedding reception and the venue. Make sure to add an RSVP.

b) When the groom's parents are inviting:
Start with the groom's parents names, and then follow it up with the customary "request your solicitous presence at the wedding ceremony of", followed by the name of the bride, followed by the name of the son, followed by the date, day, time of the wedding reception, and the venue. Make sure to add an RSVP along with an address and telephone number.

c) When both the grooms and the bride's family are jointly hosting the reception:
Start with the names of both the family's parents, followed by the customary "request your honorable presence at the marriage of their children", followed by their names, followed by date, day, time of the wedding reception, and the location of the wedding. The RSVP should also be added along with the contents of the invitation.