Anyone in the process of working out wedding plans will benefit from some wedding wording ideas.
You can use those ideas for a number of projects relating to the wedding.
If you are looking to make your own invitations, speeches, and even thank-you's, these ideas will help you. You should start thinking about these as soon as possible so you have less to do as the wedding gets closer.
If you enjoy using your own word, or you want something extra special, you can use these tips. It's nice to have something you can say you created on your own!
Wording Idea # 1 Fun and informative.
We joyfully invite you to our wedding celebration.
On this day, we will marry the one we laugh with, live for, dream with, and love.
Please Join (Name of Bride) & (Name of Groom) at their Wedding Ceremony at 6:30 pm on Saturday, October 30th, Two Thousand and Twelve.
(Give name and address of wedding place here).
Buffet, dancing, and fun to follow. Reception to be held at the same address (or say say name of place it will be held)
(Address of reception place if different from wedding location)
RSVP Saturday, October 9th, 2012.
"Made to measure, Wrought to bind, Blessed Be, These lives entwined."
Wording Idea # 2 The basics.
Brides Full Name
Grooms Full Name
Invite you to join us for our exchange of vows …
On Saturday the 14th of August at 1:30 in the afternoon
(Facility's name) (Facility's Address)
Reception at 3:30 Dance at 7:00
(Name of Reception Location) (Reception Location's Address)
Wording Idea # 3 Watch your words "etiquette".
Something to think about. If you are getting married and the place is not a church, you (technically) can not use the "honor of your presence" wording. For ceremonies outside a church / religious building, it's "request the pleasure of your company".
Creating your own word is fun. It can be easy too, once you have a starters like the ideas above, to get you started. These three ideas will do just that- get you started. Make things easy on yourself yet fun at the same time! If you'd like to include your family in the process, come up with a few different "products" and let your family "vote" on the sayings they like best.
Families love to get involved in things like this. You will have a blast coming up with different variations!
You do not have to keep everything a secret. If you'd like to include your family and are struggling with ways to do it, this could be a pain-free way to accomplish that goal and then you can move on to other things.