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Wording Options for your Wedding Invitations

Of course, there are no hard-and-fast rules for the "request" wording on your wedding invitations, but here are some tips to follow if you’d like some help. 

If you’re getting married in a house of worship, you could say “the honor of your presence is requested” and use something like this:


If you’re getting married outdoors or in a more casual place, you could say “the pleasure of your company is requested” and it could look something like this:

Some couples ditch the formal wording altogether and opt for a more non-traditional request line. Maybe something like this:

You could also include a nice quote on your invitations. “I love you not only because of who you are, but because of who I am when I am with you.”

Or one like this:

Sometimes your personalities are just too much fun to be constrained by these suggestions, So, skip the rules and make up anything you want!

“Because you are near and dear to us, please join us with joy in your hearts (and your dancing shoes on) to celebrate our marriage. [wedding info] Dinner, dancing and happily ever after to follow.”

If you need more ideas, more help or more inspiration, contact Renee and she'd love to share ideas. Good luck. If you're ready to get started with Copper Ink Wedding Designs, fill out this easy "Let's get started" form.

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