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Wording for Wedding Invitations: Both Sets of Parents Hosting -- Casual

John and Eliza Smith
along with Mark and Sally Jacobson
invite you to the wedding of their children
Heather Marie
to Michael Francis Jacobson
Saturday, May 17, 2008
at 4:30 in the afternoon

or

John and Eliza Smith
along with Mark and Sally Jacobson
invite you to share and celebrate at the marriage of their children
Heather Marie
to Michael Francis Jacobson
Saturday, May 17, 2008
at 4:30 in the afternoon

or

John and Eliza Smith
along with Mark and Sally Jacobson
invite you to share in their joy at the marriage of their children
Heather Marie
to Michael Francis Jacobson
Saturday, May 17, 2008
at 4:30 in the afternoon

Note:

  • Be sure to list the bride's parents and groom's parents on separate lines, starting with the bride's.
  • Because both last names are included in the greeting, you don't need to use either the bride or groom's last name.
  • Whether it's a religious ceremony or nondenominational wedding ceremony, the request line can say anything you wish, so long as you are welcoming guests to the wedding.

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