How To Write A Wedding Invites

If you want to have a personality wedding, then you need personality wedding invitations. So don’t just simple use the generic pre-written invitations, you can be original on your Cheap Wedding Invites. Use your own manner of speaking to describe how special the event is and how important it is to you that your guests attend the wedding. Send your invitations at last six weeks before the ceremony to give your guests enough time to make travel arrangements.

How to write Personality Wedding Invitations wording?

Decide who is announcing the wedding – the bride and groom themselves or the couple’s parents.

Decide if your invitation will be formal or casual. You can say ‘Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Melendy request the honor of your presence’ or use a more casual saying like ‘please join us.’


In general, use the expression ‘the honor of your presence’ if the ceremony will be held in a place of worship. Apart from that use ‘the pleasure of your company’ or another less formal phrase.

For a traditional invitation, list the bride’s name – usually first and middle – after her parents’ names. For example, ‘Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Melendy request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Wendy Sue.’


Follow the bride’s name with the full name of the groom: ‘to John Jacob Williams.’ You may choose to name the groom’s parents: ‘son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams.’

Write out the date: ‘Friday, the ninth of June, two thousand one.’


Mention the time of the ceremony: ‘at ten o’clock.’


List the location and full address.


Enclose a separate map and a stamped, self-addressed reply card.