Wording & Personalisation

Wedding invitations can be worded in any way you wish. The days of formal etiquette are sadly all but gone however this has lead to us being able to personalise our weddings and other formal occasions to suit our own personalities.

These are some suggestions of formal wedding invitation wording for your guidance and can be changed to suit your own preferences.

Please refer to our fonts page for suggestions there on which font you may feel suit your invitation style and theme.


Hosted by the Bride and Groom

Claire Marie Morison
and
Andrew David Collins

request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
to celebrate their marriage
on
Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Hosted by the Bride's Parents

Mr and Mrs Daniel Morison
request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
at the marriage of their daughter
Claire Marie Morison
to
Andrew David Collins
on Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Hosted by the Grooms parents

Mr and Mrs Anthony Collins
request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
at the marriage of
Claire Marie Morison
to their son
Andrew David Collins
on
Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Hosted jointly by the Bride, the Groom and both sets of parents

Claire Marie Morison
and
Andrew David Collins
together with their parents
request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
to celebrate their marriage
on
Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Hosted jointly by Bride's and Groom's parents

Mr and Mrs Daniel Morison and Mr and Mrs Anthony Collins
request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
to celebrate the marriage of
Claire Marie Morison and Andrew David Collins
on
Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Wedding Hosted by divorced parents of the Bride:

Mrs M Williams and Mr. Daniel Morison
request the pleasure of the company of

.......................................................................
at the marriage of their daughter
Claire Marie Morison
to
Andrew David Collins
on
Wednesday 21st January 2009 at 2pm
St Michael's Church, Bromley

Followed by a wedding breakfast at
The Country Club, Bromley

RSVP


Your RSVP/Acceptance cards should ideally state a reply by date giving you plenty of time to finalise table plans, place cards, menus, etc.

Depending on individual circumstances it is advisable that you try to get replies to you or your hosts at least 3-4 weeks before the wedding.

You may want to convey certain restrictions or receive total numbers or dietary requirements and below are some examples of wording me might suggest.


RSVP

.......................................................................
accept with pleasure [ ] decline with regret [ ]
your kind invitation to celebrate the marriage
of
Claire and Andrew

Please indicate below any special dietary requirements

...................................................................................

The courtesty of your reply by (dd/mm) would be much appreciated.


You might sensitively want to convey that children are not included in the invitation or that only those named on the invitation are included

You may want to include a line similar to:

Total number attending [ of 2]

(where 2 is the number of names on the invitation - therefore by inviting Mr and Mrs Smith who have 3 young children it is clear that only those named are invited.)

Please be advised that these are our suggestions only and you may or may not wish to use such wording. All of our stationery is completely personalised to suit your special occasion and we will work with you all the way to help you achieve the perfect wording.