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How To Write Christian Wedding Invitations

Wedding invitation Wording

Your Cheap Wedding Invitations let guests know what to expect at your wedding, from the ambience to the color design or theme. Letting future guests know that religion will play a large part in your ceremony will help them figure out what dress is suitable, or to make the conclusion to avoid your ceremony if it goes against their own religious convictions.

Word your wedding invites to reflect your characters and your beliefs as a couple; this may contain inserting Christian wording or Bible verses.

Design—or choose the design for—the front of your invitation. Some Wedding Invites don’t have any wording on the front, while you may be able to add custom wording, which can serve as the perfect area to share a Bible verse or saying that means a lot to the two of you. For example, an wedding invitation with the phrase “Believing in His word and growing in our faith…we join hands in God’s love and begin our life together…” and the couple’s names on the front of the invitation.

Write the substantial wording that gives the details for the wedding. The precise wording will mainly depend on who is hosting (or paying for) the wedding. For example, if the bride’s parents are hosting, you could use something similar to the following wording from Weddings:

“Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robinson

request the honor of your presence

at the marriage of their daughter

Sarah Jane


Raymond Earl Sims

When they ask God’s blessing on their union

And His presence in their new life together.”

Finish the invitation with the specific church name, address, date and time. Close with a Bible verse, if you desire. For example, “A chord of three strands is not quickly torn apart,” Ecclesiastes 4:12 or “This was the Lord’ doing; it is marvelous in our eyes,” Psalms 118:23.


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