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    Need some ideas for wording my sister's wedding invitation

    Asked Oct 31, 2011, 08:24 AM 4 Answers
    Please send some word framing for my sister's wedding invitation inviting all my friends & family.

    Last edited by CliffARobinson; Oct 31, 2011 at 10:44 AM.
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    Oct 31, 2011, 08:48 AM
    I don't know what you are asking. Are you "hosting" and inviting people to your sister's wedding? Are you asking about the wedding invitation?
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    Oct 31, 2011, 10:51 AM
    (Your parent's names; Mr & Mrs)
    Request the honor of your presence
    At the marriage of their daughter
    (Sister's name)
    To
    (Groom's name)
    Son of
    (Groom's parent's names; Mr & Mrs)
    (Day, date all spelled out, not numbers)
    At (time all spelled out, not numbers)
    (Place of reception, or church)
    (Address)

    If you are inviting people to the ceremony first, then state that in the invitation. Then:

    After the ceremony, please join us
    In celebrating the new husband and wife
    In a gala reception to begin
    (time of reception)
    (name and address of reception)
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    Nov 1, 2011, 12:04 PM
    Usually the Bride and groom send the same Invitaton to everyone that they intend Inviting. You submit your list to them and they incorporate it. This is more cost effective then having different invitations.

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    Nov 1, 2011, 12:09 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by CliffARobinson View Post
    (Your parent's names; Mr & Mrs)
    request the honor of your presence
    at the marriage of their daughter
    (Sister's name)
    to
    (Groom's name)
    son of
    (Groom's parent's names; Mr & Mrs)
    (Day, date all spelled out, not numbers)
    at (time all spelled out, not numbers)
    (Place of reception, or church)
    (Address)

    - not if the parents aren't the people doing the inviting.

    "Mr. and Mrs. John J Smith (OR MR. JOHN J SMITH)
    request the honor of your presence
    at the marriage OF his sister
    xxx
    To
    Xxx
    Saturday, the sixteenth of July
    Nineteen Hundred Ninety Eight
    At five o'clock in the afternoon
    St. Katherine's Cathedral
    675 Maple Street
    Houston, Texas"
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