If you are planning a wedding and your parents are deceased, you need special wedding invitation wording. How do you word different situations.
Here are a seven invitation wording situations:
- Invitations issued by one parent, when one has died and they have not remarried:
- When one parent has died and the other parent is remarried:
- Invitations are issued by an older unmarried brother or sister:
- Invitations issued by a married brother or sister
- Invitations issued by grandparents:
- If friends of the couple are hosting the wedding:
- Invitations issued by adult children:
Mrs. James Keith Brown request the honour of your presence at the marriage of her daughter Emily Sue to
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas Jones request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of her daughter Emily Sue Jones to
Mr. Thomas Samuel Jones requests the honour of your presence at the marriage of his sister Emily Sue to
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Keith Jones request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of his sister Emily Sue to (Note you will make the changes for his or her)
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arthur Jones request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their granddaughter Emily Sue Smith to
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Michael Jones request the honour of your presence at the marriage of Emily Sue Waters to
Thomas Michael Jones / Emily Sue Waters / Keith Samuel Jones / Elizabeth Tammy Green / request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their mother / Jeannie Marie Jones to
As you can see there are many different situations that can happen. You may have one of those situations and invitation wording may need to change for this.
The wording for your invitations will vary with many different things. Learning some of the proper wedding announcement etiquette can help a great deal. This allows you to know wording for church weddings, formal and informal weddings.
Today, families are so different from even ten years ago. Parents may have died or divorced. There are ways for invitation wording to adapt to those changes.
Your wedding is an important event. Your wedding invitations can be the first impression many of your family and friends get. Make this a good first impression. Choose your wording wisely. Adapt your wedding invitation wording to your situation.
Use your time to plan the wedding of your dreams. Don’t guess at what you should write on your invitations. Use some of the guidelines that have been set.