Invitation Wording

Top 5 Questions: Wedding Invitation Etiquette
Spring is officially here. Woot! Most couples like you are deep into wedding planning, and our wedding team here is just as busy printing and producing wedding invites. Wedding invite season is upon us! There's no better time than now for a refresh on wedding invitation etiquette. Engaged couples like you are have a lot of much creative freedom to infuse any and all types of unique flair into...Read more
Don't you just love the freedom found in the look and feel of modern wedding invitations? We sure do. Personality and playfulness is allowed to shine through when there isn't a set of stringent rules in wording or color to follow. I've received 3 wedding invitations recently { yes, MagnetStreet designs }. All three are unique--from color and design, to enclosures, fonts and wording--each suite is...Read more
As you know, wording the wedding invitation no longer follows a linear path--it curves along life's unique circumstances and family dynamics. And as you're trying to get the etiquette part right, you're also trying to infuse your wording with style and personality. Simply put, wording your wedding invitation takes time and consideration. Be inspired by wording options below: Many couples are...Read more
Love and poetry have always gone hand in hand. Are you considering including a poem of some sort in your ceremony, on your invitation or program? From contemporary to classic, here are a few not-so-sappy and hard to understand love poems- sure to get those romantic juices flowing. Which one is your favorite? Love's Philosophy P.B. Shelley The Fountains mingle with the Rivers And the Rivers with...Read more
You've decided you are not inviting children to your wedding ceremony or reception. Now, you need to let your guests know ... is there an easy way to tell them? Yes, there is. It might be one of those sticky situations in your wedding planning, but with the right wording, your wishes should be respected and your worries be put to rest. How to communicate that children are not invited to your...Read more
You can start setting the tone with your save the dates but it’s the invitation itself that your guests will look to~for the final say on tone and formality. Imagine your invitees opening up their wedding invitations. They will read every single word! No glossing over like they do with junk mail. This is YOU they’re reading about. You’ve got their attention. Now, {at the risk of being called a...Read more
Modern wedding Invitations are constantly being redefined... according to the bride and groom's personal style, design preference and formality. The wording of your invitation will reflect: who is getting married, who is hosting, as well as the date, time and place. Below are examples of Invitation wording to reflect who is hosting your wedding when the host(s) are divorced. Based on the...Read more