Figuring out the proper wording for an invitation suite can be a bit overwhelming. Many of our couples want to know things like: What names need to be include? Do they need to include middle names? Do you write out the full date or just use numerals? We've put together a few examples for different parts of the invitation to give you a place to start.
Formal wording|one set of parents hosting
In traditional invitation wording, the brides parents would appear first on the invitation to indicate they are hosting. You would also include 'Mr. and Mrs.' as their formal titles. Following would be the request line inviting the guest to the wedding. When the bride's parents names are used, it's customary to use the first and middle name only for the bride and full name for the groom. The date and time of the wedding would be spelled out rather than using numerals in a formal affair. Numerals would only be used for the address of the venue of the ceremony and reception.