Inspiration

 

We know that wording your wedding invitations can be tricky,
so here's some advice, hints and examples to help you along the way!
Traditionally in the UK, wedding invitations are addressed from the
Bride's parents, but these days anything goes in terms of wording! 
However, whether you're planning formal affair or a more relaxed soiree, 
here's a few things that you'll need to think about ...
If someone other than the Bride and Groom are funding the wedding,
for instance the parents, then it's a nice idea to include them on the invite.
If you're planning a more relaxed day then informal wording may be best.
Similarly, if you're wanting your day to be more traditional or formal then
you'll want to choose wording to match.

Of course, we know that it goes without saying that it's very important
for you include things like your date, location and names, but we thought
that we'd make a list of all the very important details so that you won't
be missing any of the really important details!
FIRST NAME AND SURNAME OF THE COUPLE GETTING MARRIED

THE DATE, MONTH AND YEAR OF THE BIG DAY
THE TIME OF THE WEDDING CEREMONY/WEDDING RECEPTION
- depending on whether you're sending out a
daytime invitation or an evening invitation
THE LOCATION OF THE WEDDING CEREMONY
THE TIME OF THE WEDDING RECEPTION
THE LOCATION OF THE WEDDING RECEPTION
- if different to the wedding ceremony location
RSVP details
- include a return address and final return date
Other the of the really important stuff, you might also want to
consider adding the following information to help your guests
plan how they're going to celebrate your special day with you.
THE TIME YOUR BIG DAY IS DUE TO END
WHETHER OR NOT CHILDREN ARE INVITED
ACCOMMODATION SUGGESTIONS
SUGGUESTIONS FOR GIFT IDEAS
Now that the basics are out of the way, it's time for some examples!
First we'll start with more formal wording...