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Wording Ideas for Your Invitations
Many brides and grooms no longer have the traditional situation of the bride's mother and father funding and hosting the entire wedding. In many cases, the bride and groom pays for their own wedding, there is a deceased parent, a step-parent, or many contributors and hosts to the wedding.

These unique situations create interesting dilemmas for how to phrase the wording on your wedding invitations. In this article, we'll look at few samples and provide you with great resources covering practically any situation you can think of.
1. Couple Hosts the Wedding
In some cases it's easiest for the couple to simply host and pay for the wedding. This is especially true with couples getting married in their late 20s, 30s, and second marriages. Here's a sample wording for this situation.

Love isn't love 'til you give it away
. . .

We, NAME and NAME,
will be married in a
private wedding ceremony
on DATE
You are joyfully invited to an
informal
outdoor wedding celebration
after the wedding at TIME
ADDRESS
CITY, STATE

NAME

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2. Couple with Children
Many couples getting married already have children from previous marriages or children of their own. You can use the wording in your invitations to make sure they have a special place in the day!

BRIDE
and
GROOM
together with their children
are happy to announce
their marriage
on DAY
YEAR
CITY, STATE

Please join them
for a celebration
on DAY
YEAR
TIME
LOCATION
CITY, STATE

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3. Groom's Parents Inviting
It is not uncommon for the groom's parents to host a wedding. There are many reasons why this might be the situation, for example if the bride has lost her parents.

GROOM'S PARENTS
request the honour of your
presence
at the marriage of
BRIDE
to their son
GROOM
on DAY
YEAR
at TIME
LOCATION
CITY, STATE

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These samples represent just a few of the unique situations that can arise. Here are several resources covering a comprehensive set of situations. If you can't find what you need, let us know and we will find it for you!

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