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One Minute Guide To Wedding Invitation Wording

Writing a wedding invitation used to follow a very formal format, but now days it is more of a relaxed process. This having been said, there are still guidelines to follow for writing well received invites for your potential guests. The steps can be broken down into ten areas that will take you no more than a minute of your time to review and you will be on your way to organizing your invites with proper wedding invitation wording.
Step One : Addressing the invite
The people inviting the guests should always be the ones who are paying for the event. More traditionally it is the bride’s parents, but now days it can be the bride and groom or the groom’s parents. Either way, you will write “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” or “John Smith and Judy Hall” at the top of the page. If more than one couple is paying for the wedding, the correct wedding invitation wording would be:
Mr and Mrs James SmithTogether withMr and Mrs Malcolm Hall
www.elegantbouquets.org/guidetoweddinginvitationwording.html
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