Are you looking for creative wording for wedding invitations? Well, we will at least give you a starting point! If we told you exactly what wording for wedding invitations to use that wouldt be very creative, would it? We want your invitations to reflect your own personal style and to be unique to your wedding.
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So how do you find creative wording for wedding invitations exactly? I would start by thinking outside the box. No matter what your invitations say you are certainly going to need to include some basic information such as who is gettin g married, when, and where. So to add the creative and unique edge you are really just adding an extra sentence or changing the words around a bit.
When You are looking for creative wording for wedding invitations, you can start by adding some kind of romantic quote that inspires a feel good response from your guests. Here are a few ideas:
Still, looking for creative wording for wedding invitations? If you want something similar but dislike using quotes you can instead decide to use something personal. Perhaps you or your partner are known for saying a certain phrase to the other or maybe family or friends have said something about the two of you together that has touched you.
If nothing comes to mind immediately you might want to ask those closest to you what they think, what sentence or phrase would fit your invitation perfectly.
Looking for something a little less romantic? Have you thought about brainstorming with your wedding theme in mind? Many weddings these days have themes and if your wedding is one of them you might want the wording of your invitation to be written around the theme of your own wedding. You can reference (subtlety or overtly) the theme in the invitation wording, the color or the invitation, and the design you choose.
This may not qualify as creative wording for wedding invitations, but it is the very basics, the baseline you will probably start out with before you decide to add your own personal touches.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Connoley
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Sophia Ann Connoley
Mr. Jessie Franklin Adams, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Adams,
on Friday, the Tenth of May
Two thousand and eleven
at two o'clock in the afternoon
St. Annes Church
You are invited
To join us in
Of our new life together.
Saturday, the third of October
At three oclock
First Bible Baptist Church