Wording examples

Be as traditional or creative as you wish! These samples are here to help you get started.


 

SAVE THE DATE

1. Title / Announcement
“Save the Date" / "Save the Date for the wedding of ..."

2. Couple: Your names.
ie. Will you be including middle names or initials?

3. Date: When (wedding date, year) / Where (ceremony (City/State and/or Country)
Generally your Save the Date will specify the City or State/Country of your wedding (as the venue may not yet be booked)

4. Final Note (optional)
eg. "Invitation to Follow"

 

MAIN INVITATION

1. Hosts: Who is inviting your guests to the celebration? 
“Together with their parents” (OR “families”)
“Mr. & Mrs. XX request the honor of your company”

2. Couple: Your names.
ie. Will you be including middle names or initials?

3. Details: When (wedding date, year, ceremony time) / Where (ceremony (location, City/State and/or Country)
eg. “Saturday the 2nd of December, 2016, at four o’ clock in the afternoon
Lavender Hill, Waiheke Island, New Zealand”
eg. “Saturday the Second of December, Two Thousand and Sixteen, at 6pm in the evening
Lavender Hill, Waiheke Island, New Zealand”

4. Final Note (optional): Dress attire and/or wedding website details.
eg. “Reception to Follow” / “Dinner and Dancing to Follow” / “Black Tie”

 

RSVP / RESPONSE CARD

1. Title / Date
"RSVP" / “Please Reply by ..." / "Your response is kindly requested by ..."

2. Accept or Decline
This can be in the form of boxes ("Yes" / "No") or phrases ("Gratefully Accepts" / "Regretfully Declines")
Don't be afraid to get creative with your response requests!

3. Final Note (optional)
Request additional information on your RSVP (such as special or dietary requirements, transport, etc.)

 

DETAILS CARD

1. Title
"Details" / "Information" / "Need to Knows" ...

2. Content
Accommodation, Dress Code, Transport, Registry, Wedding Website, etc.