Wedding Invitation Wording When Children of the Bride and Groom are Inviting


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photo credit: Special invite via photopin cc
photo credit: Special invite via photopin cc

Wedding Invitation Wording When Children of the Bride and Groom are Inviting

Usually young children cannot invite, since they cannot really host. If the “children” of the couple are adults, they can host, or the children can host along with their parents. Following are a few examples.

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Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Walker (bride’s son & spouse)

Ms. Samantha Ann Walker (bride’s daughter)

Mr. Clarence Lee Jones (groom’s son)

request the honour of your presence

at the marriage of their parents

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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Ms. Shannon Lynn Walker

with her daughter Samantha Ann Walker

and

Mr. Chris Earle Jones

with his son Clarence Lee Jones

invite you to share their joy

in uniting these two families

Saturday, the fifth of April

at five o’clock

Serendipity Manor

Davis, California

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Samantha Ann Walker

and

Clarence Lee Jones

invite you to share their joy

at the wedding of their parents

Shannon Lynn Walker

and

Chris Earle Jones

Saturday, the fifth of April

at five o’clock

Serendipity Manor

Davis, California

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Samantha Lynn Walker

and

Clarence Lee Jones

invite you to join our families

as our parents

Shannon Lynn Walker

and

Chris Earle Jones

are married

Saturday, the fifth of April

at five o’clock

Serendipity Manor

Davis, California

Davis, California

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Other Sample Wording for Second Wedding Invitations

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