Wedding Invitation Card Wording for Joint Hosts
Are you wondering how to word your wedding invitations? You may have heard how to word your invites when the bride’s family hosts in our last post on the subject, and you may already know how to word your invite if the groom’s family is hosting the affair, but what about when both families have something to contribute?
Wedding celebrations that involve effort on both families’ part are becoming increasingly popular. And even if one family does not pay for anything, sometimes it can’t hurt to avoid hurting someone’s feelings by not leaving anyone out.
There are two ways to word your wedding invitations to include both sets of parents: formal and casual.
You will be able to tell if an invitation is formal just by reading the first few lines. If your parents are requesting (the honor of) someone’s presence, or announcing your marriage to guests, you have a formal wedding invitation on your hands.
Here’s a few examples of how to word those formal invites, while including both parents:
There are more subtle and casual ways to lay out your invitation card wording. Using short sweet phrases, wedding poetry, and more will excite guests for your upcoming big day.
Here are a few examples of casual wedding invitation wording options:
Written by Katie
Joint Host Wording for Wedding Invitations was last modified: June 25th, 2015 by