Wording Second Wedding Invitations: Bride and Groom Hosting


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Wording Second Wedding Invitations: Bride and Groom Hosting

There are many ways to word a wedding invitation when the bride and groom are hosting. Following are examples of the most common wording. Note the use of more formal wording (honor of your presence) when the wedding takes place at a church or house of worship. Notice that the formal wording has all of the dates and time spelled out.

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The honour of your presence is requested

at the marriage of

Shannon Lynn Walker

to

Chris Earle Jones

Saturday, the fifth of April

at five o’clock

All Saints Church

Davis, California

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Shannon Lynn Walker

and

Chris Earle Jones

invite you to share their joy

at their wedding

Saturday, April 17

at five o’clock

Serendipity Manor

Davis, California

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Please join

Shannon Lynn Walker

And

Chris Earle Jones

as we tie the knot at our family ranch

Saturday, April fifth

at half past five o’clock

5600 Serendity Lane

Davis

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The pleasure of your company is requested

at the marriage of

Shannon Lynn Walker

to

Chris Earle Jones

Saturday, the fifth of April

at five o’clock

Serendipity Manor

Davis, California

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Other Sample Wording for Second Wedding Invitations

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