You probably have a very beautiful wedding invitation card design, but you may don’t know how to write the wordings. Writing a wedding invitation used to follow a very formal format, but now days it is more of a relaxed process. But there are still guidelines to follow for writing well received invites for your guests. You need organizing your invites with proper wording. Here are certain things need to be kept in your mind when writing your invitations.
The first word in your invites is capitalized even though sentences do not end in punctuation. Remember that not every verse line will start with a capital letter since sentences sometimes continue to more than one line. For a more modern look, there are examples in which nothing within the invitation verse is capitalized or just the opposite where every letter in the verse appears in an upper-case font with the true capital letters being slightly larger.
Another thing you and your future partner should bear in mind for wedding invites wording is who will be hosting the event. Although in many cases both the bride and groom will be the host, the bride’s family or the groom’s family will be hosting the wedding, it will state that “Mr. and Mrs. James cordially invite you to the wedding of their daughter / son…” In the case of a deceased parent, it is better to write down “the late Mr. James…” In addition, if the parents of either the bride or groom are divorced, both the parents’ names will be written separately if they have remarried.
Apart from the wording basics, you also can write some creative sentences to make your invitations funny and special. You and your partner could come out with personal wedding invitation wording that is meaningful to both of you. It should speak from the bottom of your heart and should not copy from other poems or creative works of others. Discuss with your sweetheart for what should be written. As both of you talk, there may be some memories of your love and time spent that you want to make it into the wordings.