Wedding Invitation Wording

Most of that wedding budget is taken up by the reception, the ring and the photographer, video grapher, leaving not very much for a highly personal and highly visible wedding ingredient the wedding invitation. Wedding invitations are the first glimpse your guests will get of your wedding. They are the perfect opportunity to set the style and tone for your big event. Your own homemade wedding invitation.  With the easy availability of home computers and printers, making your own wedding invitations is a great idea & you can customize your invitation as much as you’d like. Wedding invitations words can take their inspiration from items found in nature, like shells, acorns or leaves, with raffia bows as accents. For wedding invitations, hand-made papers work very well with this.

Once you’ve decided the tone and theme of your wedding invitation, it’s time to start shopping for paper. Off-white, heavy paper stock works best for formal, elegant weddings invitations. No matter how small or big the wedding, choose the best quality paper you can, something that feels substantial in your hand. Unique & attractive wedding paper styles can be found at art stores or specialty paper stores. For paper styles, consider Strathmore Natural White, Strathmore White, Laid Natural White, Laid White or Deluxe Parchment.
Usually a good script font works best for headings, and a more traditional font for the body copy. Color can make a big impact on an invitation. Wording for wedding invitations can be browsed from the internet, wedding quotes & poems & other wedding cards.

Points to remember -Wording the wedding invitation

A few things to remember while you’re writing your wedding invitation:
Use full names, not nicknames.
Don’t abbreviate the dates, times, and addresses
Use Courtesy titles where appropriate (Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss).

Commonly used examples for wedding invitation wording.
When the Bride’s Family is hosting the Wedding….
Mr. and Mrs. Bride’s Parents
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Bride’s Name
to
Groom’s Name
When both Sets of Parents Hosting the Wedding…….
Mr. and Mrs. Bride’s Parents
and
Mr. and Mrs. Groom’s Parents
request the pleasure of your company at
the marriage of their children
Bride’s Name
and
Groom’s Name
If the couple are hosting the Wedding……
The honor of your presence
is requested at the marriage of
Ms. Bride’s Name
to
Mr. Groom’s Name
For printing your wedding invitations, home computers and printers offer many options. To add a personal touch , you can incorporate a pressed flowers, confetti, poems, CD, photos or ribbons to your invite.