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The Ultimate Guide to Crafting the Perfect Wording for Your Wedding Invitations and Enclosures

Hey lovebirds! Need a hand crafting the perfect wedding invitation wording? Check out our guide!

We've got the lowdown on everything from traditional to creative and personalized options, plus expert tips and advice for all types of weddings - formal, religious, cultural, or casual.

Don't let the task of invitation wording stress you out. Say "I do" to our guide and make it a breeze!

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How to word wedding invitations guide

Leave no room for error with this handy wedding invitation wording guide

Here is a list of things that you may want to include on your wedding invitations:

  1. The names of the couple getting married

  2. The date and time of the wedding ceremony and reception

  3. The location of the wedding ceremony and reception, including the full address

  4. Any dress code information (such as black tie or semi-formal)

  5. An RSVP deadline and contact information for guests to RSVP

  6. Any additional information about the wedding, such as shuttle service or accommodations

  7. A request for guests to let the couple know if they have any dietary restrictions

  8. A request that guests do not bring children to the wedding, if applicable

  9. A note about the couple's registry or any other gifts they are requesting

  10. Any other relevant information, such as transportation or parking details.

 

It's a good idea to keep the invitation simple and to the point, while still providing all of the necessary information for guests to plan for the big day.

  1. "Join us for a celebration of love, laughter, and hopefully not too many awkward family photos."

  2. "We're getting hitched, and we hope you can join us for the ride!"

  3. "We're tying the knot, and we promise there will be plenty of food, drinks, and dancing. No boring speeches, we promise."

  4. "We're getting married and we'd love it if you could come party with us. Plus, it's a great excuse to wear that fancy dress you've been dying to show off."

  5. "We're not just inviting you to our wedding, we're inviting you to join us in celebrating the start of a beautiful partnership. And also to eat cake."

  6. "We're getting married and we hope you can join us for a day of love, laughter, and possibly some tears (of joy, we promise). Plus, there will be open bar."

  7. "Join us as we embark on the adventure of a lifetime and say 'I do' in front of all our closest friends and family. Bonus points if you wear a ridiculous hat."

  8. "We're getting married, and we promise it will be a day full of love, laughter, and plenty of Instagram-worthy moments. We can't wait to see you there!"

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Informal and fun wording samples for your wedding invitations

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Short love-themed titles for wedding invitations:

  1. "Forever Together"

  2. "Two Hearts, One Love"

  3. "A Match Made in Heaven"

  4. "Our Love Story"

  5. "Soulmates Unite"

  6. "Happily Ever After"

  7. "Love at First Sight"

  8. "The One"

  9. "Tying the Knot"

  10. "Our Big Day"

  11. "Forever and always"

  12. "Together forever"

  13. "Soulmates"

  14. "Love is in the air"

  15. "Our happily ever after starts now"

  16. "A love story"

  17. "Happily ever after begins here"

  18. "A perfect match"

  19. "Love, Laughter, and Forever"

  20. "Love Blooms"

  21. "Our Journey to Forever"

  22. "Our Union of Love"

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Informal worded wedding invitation with host/parents inviting

  1. "Come celebrate with us as Elizabeth Smith and Harry Anderson exchange vows and become Mr. and Mrs.!"

  2. "Elizabeth and Harry are tying the knot, and you're invited to join the fun!"

  3. "Join Elizabeth and Harry as they begin their forever journey together!"

  4. "Elizabeth and Harry are getting hitched, and they'd love for you to be there to share in the celebration!"

  5. "Elizabeth and Harry are excited to announce their wedding and would love for you to join them on their special day!"

  6. "Come help us celebrate as Elizabeth and Harry become husband and wife!"

  7. "Elizabeth and Harry are getting married, and they'd love for you to be a part of their special day!"

  8. "Elizabeth and Harry are thrilled to announce their wedding and invite you to join in the celebration!"

  9. "Come join Elizabeth and Harry as they exchange vows and become husband and wife!"

  10. "Elizabeth and Harry are getting married, and they'd be honored if you could join them on their big day!"

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Hashtag Ideas

Here are some fun wedding hashtags that you could use for your special day:

  1. #HappilyEverAfter

  2. #JustMarried

  3. #LoveWins

  4. #ForeverAndAlways

  5. #MrAndMrs

  6. #MrsAndMrs or #MrAndMr (for same-sex couples)

  7. #TyingTheKnot

  8. #WeddingBellBliss

  9. #Hitched

  10. #CoupleGoals​

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How to word an elopement announcement

  1. Start by announcing the names of the couple and the date of the elopement.

  2. Share the location of the elopement, if you feel comfortable doing so.

  3. Mention any special details about the elopement, such as the fact that it was a small, intimate ceremony or that it took place in a unique or meaningful location.

  4. Share a brief story or anecdote about the elopement, if you feel comfortable doing so.

  5. Thank any close family members or friends who were able to witness the ceremony in person.

  6. Share any plans for a future celebration with friends and family, if applicable.

  7. Close with well wishes or congratulations to the newlyweds.

 

Here is an example of a simple elopement announcement:

 

We are pleased to announce the elopement of [Bride] and [Groom] on [Date] at [Location].

This intimate ceremony was witnessed by our closest family members, and we are so grateful to have shared such a special moment with them.

We look forward to celebrating with all of our friends and loved ones at a future gathering.

Congratulations, [Bride] and [Groom]!

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How to word your wedding RSVP

Here are some tips for wording your wedding RSVP:

Include a clear request for a response:

 

"Please confirm our attendance by [Date]."

Offer options for responding:

"Please check the appropriate box below and return this card as soon as possible. You may also RSVP online at [website] or by phone at [phone number]."

 

Provide a space for guests to indicate their meal choice:

"We have requested a vegetarian/chicken/beef/etc. meal. If you have any special dietary restrictions, please let us know."

Thank the guests for their response:

"Thank you for taking the time to RSVP. We look forward to celebrating with you on [Wedding date]."

Include a return address:

"Please return this card to [Address] by [Date]."

 

Consider adding a note about attire:

"The dress code for the wedding is [formal/semi-formal/etc.]."

 

Remember to include an RSVP card or information for guests who were not invited to the ceremony but are invited to the reception.

 

Finally, proofread your RSVP carefully to ensure that all information is correct and easy to understand.

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How to word a wedding details card

  1. Start with the basic information: date, time, and location of the ceremony and reception.

  2. If you have a specific dress code, mention it on the card.

  3. Provide directions to the venue, or include a map if necessary.

  4. If there are any transportation options available for guests, such as a shuttle service, mention that on the card.

  5. Include any special instructions or requests, such as requesting that guests turn off their phones during the ceremony.

  6. If there are any activities or events planned for the weekend, such as a rehearsal dinner or post-wedding brunch, provide details on the card.

  7. If there are any accommodations available for out-of-town guests, provide information on hotels or other options.

  8. If you have a wedding website, include the URL on the card so that guests can find more information.

  9. Thank your guests for their love and support, and express your excitement to see them on your big day.

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How to word a wedding program

  1. Start with the names of the bride and groom, as well as the date and location of the wedding.

  2. List the members of the wedding party, including the bridal party (maid of honor, bridesmaids, flower girl) and the groomsmen.

  3. Include a brief welcome and introduction to the ceremony.

  4. Outline the order of events for the ceremony, including the processional, any readings or musical performances, the exchange of vows, and the exchange of rings.

  5. Include the names of any religious or cultural traditions that will be incorporated into the ceremony.

  6. Mention any special members of the wedding party or family who will be participating in the ceremony, such as parents, grandparents, or children.

  7. Thank any vendors or individuals who have contributed to the wedding planning and execution.

  8. Close with a final note of congratulations to the newlyweds.

 

Here is an example of a simple wedding program:

Wedding of [Bride and Groom's Names] [Date] [Location]

 

Wedding Party

Maid of Honor: [Name] Bridesmaids: [Name], [Name], [Name] Flower Girl: [Name]

Groomsmen: [Name], [Name], [Name]

Welcome

Dear friends and family,

We are so glad that you could join us on this special day as we exchange vows and begin our lives together.

Order of Events

  • Processional

  • Reading: [Name]

  • Musical performance: [Name]

  • Exchange of vows

  • Exchange of rings

  • Recessional

  • Thank you

Thank you to [Vendor] for the beautiful flowers and [Vendor] for the delicious catering. We are grateful to [Name] for officiating the ceremony and [Name] for the lovely music.

Congratulations, [Bride and Groom's Names]!

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How to word a Bridal Shower Invitation Etiquette Guide

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So you're planning a bridal shower for your bestie and you're wondering what the etiquette is when it comes to invitations? No worries, I've got you covered!

 

When should you send out Bridal Shower invites?

 

It's a good idea to send them out 4-6 weeks before the shower. This gives guests enough time to plan and RSVP. And if the bride-to-be is having a destination wedding or if some of the guests will be traveling from out of town, you might want to send them out even earlier.

  • 4-6 weeks before the shower and earlier for out-of-town guests

Who to Invite to the Bridal Shower?

Of course, you'll want to include all of the bride-to-be's closest friends and family members. And if you're having the shower at a location where space is limited, you might want to stick to the inner circle. But it's important to include anyone who is particularly close to the bride-to-be.

  • Bride-to-be's close friends and family members, as well as any out-of-town guests who will be attending the wedding.

How to word a bridal Shower Invitation

 

When it comes to the wording on the invitations, you want to keep it formal, but still fun and friendly. Make sure to include all the important details like the date, time, location, and who's hosting. And don't forget to include RSVP information with a deadline and the host's contact information.

The invitation should include the following information:

  • The name of the bride-to-be

  • The date and time of the shower

  • The location of the shower

  • The name of the host(s)

  • RSVP information, including a deadline for responding and the contact information of the host(s)

  • Any information about the theme or dress code for the shower

 

Examples of Wording

Example 1:

"Please join us in celebrating the upcoming marriage of (Bride's name)

Date: (Date of shower) Time: (Time of shower) Location: (Location of shower) Hosted by: (Host's name)

Kindly RSVP by (RSVP deadline) to (Host's contact information)

Example 2:

"Let's shower (Bride's name) with love and happiness as she begins her new journey!

Date: (Date of shower) Time: (Time of shower) Location: (Location of shower) Hosted by: (Host's name)

Kindly RSVP by (RSVP deadline) to (Host's contact information)

Example 3:

"Please join us for a bridal shower in honor of (Bride's name)

Date: (Date of shower) Time: (Time of shower) Location: (Location of shower) Hosted by: (Host's name)

Kindly RSVP by (RSVP deadline) to (Host's contact information)

Gift Registry Information

As for gift registry information, it's not necessary to include it on the invitation, but you can include a small card with the registry information or even list multiple registry options. And if the bride-to-be doesn't have a registry, it's totally okay to ask for gifts of money or gift cards.

  • Include a small card with the invitation with registry information.

  • If the bride-to-be does not have a registry, it is appropriate to ask for gifts of money or gift cards.

10 Fun Ways to Word Bridal Shower Invitations

If you are looking for some fun and creative ways to word your bridal shower invitations? Look no further! I've got a list of 10 awesome phrases that are sure to set the tone for an amazing pre-wedding celebration. Whether you want to be playful, heartfelt, or just straight-up fun, these phrases will help you create the perfect invite. So, let's get started and make those invitations unforgettable!

  1. "Let's shower the bride-to-be with love and laughter before the big day!"

  2. "Join us for a pre-wedding celebration in honor of the beautiful bride-to-be"

  3. "Come celebrate the happy couple's upcoming nuptials with us!"

  4. "Get ready to toast the bride-to-be at her upcoming bridal shower!"

  5. "Let's shower the bride-to-be with love and gifts before she ties the knot!"

  6. "It's time to celebrate the soon-to-be Mrs.! Join us for a bridal shower"

  7. "The bride-to-be is almost ready to walk down the aisle, let's give her a memorable send-off"

  8. "Let's celebrate the bride-to-be's last fling before the ring!"

  9. "The wedding bells are ringing, let's shower the bride-to-be with love and gifts"

  10. "Join us for a pre-wedding celebration fit for a queen, in honor of the beautiful bride-to-be"

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How to word a Catholic Wedding Invitation 

  1. "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Alice Smith, to Mr. Lewis Anderson"

  2. "You are cordially invited to celebrate the union of Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson as they exchange vows in the presence of God"

  3. "Please join us as we celebrate the sacred bond of marriage between Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson"

  4. "Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson invite you to witness their marriage in the sight of God and share in the joy of their union"

  5. "It is with great joy that we, Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson, invite you to our wedding at St. Mary's Church on the fifth of July"

  6. "Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson are overjoyed to invite you to their Catholic wedding ceremony at St. John's Cathedral on the tenth of August"

  7. "We, Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson, invite you to join us in the celebration of our marriage at Our Lady of the Lake Church on the fifteenth of September"

  8. "Please join us as we exchange vows and begin our journey together as husband and wife. Alice Smith and Lewis Anderson"

Bible scripture quotes for wedding invitations:

  1. "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres." - 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

  2. "For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh." - Genesis 2:24

  3. "Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up." - Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

  4. "So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." - Matthew 19:6

  5. "Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her." - Ephesians 5:25

  6. "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love." - 1 Corinthians 13:13

  7. "For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh." - Ephesians 5:31

  8. "Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends." - 1 Corinthians 13:7-8

  9. "So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." - Mark 10:9

  10. "Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart. Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man." - Proverbs 3:3-4

How to word a Catholic Wedding Program

  1. Introduction: The program begins with a welcome message and an explanation of the purpose of the wedding ceremony.

  2. Liturgical Procession: The wedding party enters the ceremony space, accompanied by music and often accompanied by a processional hymn.

  3. Greeting: The officiant (usually a priest) greets the couple and the congregation, and may offer a brief reflection or prayer.

  4. Liturgy of the Word: A selection of readings from the Bible is read by designated readers, followed by a homily (sermon) given by the officiant.

  5. Exchange of Vows: The couple exchanges vows, pledging their love and commitment to each other.

  6. Exchange of Rings: The couple exchanges wedding rings as a symbol of their love and commitment to each other.

  7. Nuptial Blessing: The officiant offers a prayer or blessing over the couple, asking for God's grace and guidance in their marriage.

  8. Presentation of the Couple: The officiant declares the couple to be married and presents them to the congregation.

  9. Closing Prayer and Dismissal: The officiant offers a final prayer and dismisses the congregation, often with a blessing or benediction.

  10. Recessional: The wedding party exits the ceremony space, accompanied by music and often accompanied by a recessional hymn.

How to word a Catholic Wedding Program

  1. Begin with the title "Wedding Mass" or "Nuptial Mass"

  2. Include the names of the bride and groom

  3. List the date and location of the wedding ceremony

  4. Name the officiant (e.g. priest, bishop, etc.)

  5. Include a welcome message or prayer

  6. List the members of the wedding party, including the maid of honor, best man, bridesmaids, and groomsmen

  7. Outline the order of the wedding ceremony, including any readings, homilies, exchange of vows, exchange of rings, and lighting of the unity candle

  8. Include any special music or performances during the ceremony

  9. List any special intentions or prayers that will be included during the ceremony

  10. Include a thank you message to guests and any closing prayers or blessings.

 

It is important to consult with the officiant and any other relevant parties (such as musicians) to ensure that the wedding program accurately reflects the details of the ceremony. It is also important to consider the preferences and traditions of the c

couple being married.

Sample Catholic Wedding Program Wording

Here is an example of how a written Catholic wedding program may be worded:

 

Title: Wedding of [Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name]

 

Date: [Wedding Date]

Time: [Wedding Time]

Location: [Wedding Venue]

 

Celebrant: [Name of Celebrant]

Musicians: [Names of Musicians]

Readers: [Names of Readers]

 

Program:

  • Processional: [Music]

  • Welcome and Opening Prayer: [Celebrant]

  • First Reading: [Reader]

  • Psalm: [Reader]

  • Second Reading: [Reader]

  • Gospel: [Celebrant]

  • Homily: [Celebrant]

  • Exchange of Vows: [Bride and Groom]

  • Exchange of Rings: [Bride and Groom]

  • Unity Candle: [Bride and Groom]

  • Prayers of the Faithful: [Celebrant]

  • Nuptial Blessing: [Celebrant]

  • Communion: [Celebrant]

  • Recessional: [Music]

Reception to follow at: [Reception Venue]

We ask that you please respect the sanctity of this Mass by refraining from taking photographs during the ceremony. Thank you for joining us on this joyous occasion.

 

Ideas for a Catholic Wedding Ceremony

  1. Incorporating traditional Catholic wedding elements such as a mass, vows, and the exchange of rings.

  2. Having a theme or color scheme that reflects the couple's faith, such as incorporating shades of blue or purple to symbolize royalty and spirituality.

  3. Including meaningful readings or prayers from the Bible or other Catholic texts during the ceremony.

  4. Using religious symbols, such as a cross or rosary beads, as part of the decor or as part of the wedding attire.

  5. Asking a priest or other religious figure to officiate the ceremony and offer guidance and support to the couple.

  6. Including traditional Catholic wedding music, such as hymns or instrumental pieces, during the ceremony or reception.

  7. Incorporating the sacrament of Holy Communion into the ceremony as a way for the couple to symbolically share in the body and blood of Christ together.

  8. Using a unity candle or other symbolic ritual to represent the joining of two individuals into one united union.

  9. Having a reception that reflects Catholic traditions, such as offering a traditional wedding cake or dancing to traditional wedding songs.

  10. Seeking the guidance and support of a Catholic marriage preparation program or retreat to help the couple strengthen their relationship and prepare for marriage.

 

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How to word an Islamic Muslim Wedding Invitation, Nikah or Walimah

  1. "In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful and Compassionate, we are pleased to invite you to the marriage of [bride's name] and [groom's name]."

  2. "Join us as we celebrate the union of [bride's name] and [groom's name] in the sacred bond of marriage."

  3. "We are honored to announce the wedding of [bride's name] and [groom's name], and invite you to share in this joyous occasion."

  4. "Please join us as we join [bride's name] and [groom's name] in marriage, in accordance with the teachings of Islam."

  5. "We cordially invite you to witness the blessed union of [bride's name] and [groom's name] as they become husband and wife in the presence of Allah."

  6. "We invite you to celebrate with us the marriage of [bride's name] and [groom's name] in a traditional Islamic ceremony."

  7. "We request the honor of your presence at the wedding of [bride's name] and [groom's name] as they enter into the sacred bond of marriage."

It is important to consider the cultural and religious traditions of the couple when wording the invitation. It may also be helpful to consult with a cleric or other religious leader to ensure that the invitation is in line with the couple's beliefs and practices.

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How to word an Indian Wedding Invitation

  1. Start with the names of the couple getting married, followed by the phrase "invite you to their wedding."

  2. Include the date, time, and location of the wedding ceremony and reception.

  3. Mention any traditional or cultural elements that will be included in the wedding, such as a puja or a baraat.

  4. If there is a dress code, make sure to mention it in the invitation.

  5. If the wedding will take place in a temple or other sacred space, make sure to include any special instructions or guidelines for attendees.

  6. If the wedding will be followed by a reception, include the details for the reception in the invitation.

  7. Include a RSVP date and contact information for guests to respond.

  8. If the wedding ceremony will be in a language other than English, consider providing a translation of the invitation for non-native speakers.

  9. Consider including a small note of appreciation for the guests' presence at the wedding.

  10. Make sure to double-check the spelling and grammar of the invitation before sending it out.

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  1. Start with the names of the couple and their parents, followed by the word "request the honor of your presence."

  2. Use traditional Chinese wording for the invitation, such as "double happiness" (双喜) or "blessing and happiness" (福祉).

  3. Include the date, time, and location of the wedding ceremony and reception.

  4. Use traditional Chinese formatting, such as placing the most important information (e.g. the names of the couple) at the top of the invitation.

  5. Use red or gold ink, as these colors are considered auspicious in Chinese culture.

  6. Consider including a map or directions to the wedding venue.

  7. Consider including any relevant cultural or religious customs, such as a tea ceremony or red envelopes.

  8. Use proper titles and honorifics for the couple, their parents, and any other relevant individuals.

  9. Keep in mind that Chinese wedding invitations are typically more formal and traditional than Western wedding invitations, so use formal language and avoid using slang or casual language.

  10. Have the invitation translated into Chinese by a professional translator to ensure accuracy and clarity.

How to word a Chinese Wedding Invitation

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How to word your Spanish boda wedding invitation

Queridos [Name of Invitee],

Nos complace mucho invitarles a nuestra boda, que tendrá lugar el [wedding date] en [wedding location]. Esperamos que puedan unirse a nosotros en este día especial y celebrar con nosotros el inicio de nuestra vida juntos.

Por favor, confirme su asistencia antes del [RSVP date] a [RSVP email or phone number].

Un cordial saludo, [Your name]

("Dear [Name of Invitee],

We are pleased to invite you to our wedding, which will take place on [wedding date] at [wedding location]. We hope you can join us on this special day and celebrate with us the beginning of our life together.

Please confirm your attendance by [RSVP date] at [RSVP email or phone number].

Sincerely, [Your name]")