Wording of Winter Wedding Invitations
Winter is usually connected with dark, dreary and solemnity. If you are going to hold a wedding in winter, it is really a creative way to break up the monotony. If you plan to make travel plans during this season, do you know how to word your winter wedding invitation well to inform your guests of your winter wedding? Read on and the content below will tell you.
First of all, normally, you need to decide who is hosting the wedding. It will determine how the phrasing starts with. For example, if it is hosted by both parents of the bride and groom, generally speaking, begin the phrasing with "Mr. and Mrs. Steven Green and Mr. and Mrs. Linda White." However, if the newlyweds are hosting the wedding, the phrasing will demonstrate, Andrea Green and John White.
Second, you had better create a transitional invitational phrase. For instance, the transitional phrase such as "Request the honor of your presence as they are united in marriage" is special for couples to use. In a general way, it is usually associated with the theme of the winter wedding. It you look forward to getting a more contemporary and winter-specific theme, you can take the phrase like "Request the honor of your presence in welcoming the joy of the season through an exchange of marriage vows," or "Request the honor of your presence at their winter marriage" into consideration.
Third, it goes without saying that the wedding invitations play an important role in your wedding so that you should treat them seriously. In order to make the invitations more unique, it is really a good idea to add a poem, Christmas carol or winter saying to the invitations and they should be placed at the top of invitations in quotation marks. For example, "One kind love can warm three winter months," or "winter is overhead, but love brings spring to the heart," will work best, surely.
At last, it is time to write out the specific day, time and location of your wedding on the wedding invitations. The proper writing is like this, "On Sunday, October sixteenth 2011 at seven o'clock in the evening, First Baptist Church of Mesa, 1055 North Brown Road, Mesa, Arizona."
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