Your Second Wedding Invitations Should Be A Reflection of You
Luckily, there are no lack of options when it comes to choosing how to create wedding invitations. Wedding invitations can be issued verbally for informal events, engraved on heavy card stock for very formal events, and there is an endless variety of choices for semi-formal events. Second wedding invitations are no different. The more formal your wedding, the more formal your invitations. Similar to first wedding invitations, your second wedding invitations would also reflect the hosts of the event.
Below you’ll find some sample wedding invitation wording along with some of the top questions about sending, wording and addressing these special invites. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please visit our forum to ask our wedding etiquette experts.
Sample Wording for Second Wedding Invitations
- Bride and Groom Hosting the Wedding
- Parents Hosting the Wedding
- Adult Children of the Bride and Groom Inviting
- Reception Invitations
- Belated Reception or Party for a Destination Wedding or Elopement
- Vow Renewal Invitations
- Second Wedding Announcements
- Wording Marriage Blessing Invitations
Frequently Asked Questions
Destination Wedding Invitation Etiquette:
No Gifts Please
Paying Means Hosting
Children Sending Second Wedding Invitations
Sending Wedding Invitations: Email or handwritten?
Information generously provided by Rebecca Black of Etiquette Now