Question by  sue21 (62)

Any suggestions for wording on invitations when the couple is already married?

It could be an invitation for a ceremony or just a reception.


Answer by  trudie1962 (1022)

#1: You are cordially invited to attend a celebration of the commitment Jane and John have made to each other.... #2: You are invited to be part of a joyous celebration of the union of Jane and John.... #3: A celebration of the marriage/union of Jane and John will be held....


Answer by  ferfer72 (2623)

Try this: Allen and Jennifer cordially invite you to a ceremony celebrating their recent commitment to each other in their new marriage. A brief ceremony will celebrate their voes, and a reception will follow.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

It depends on the social or proffesional status of each individual in the relationship. Proffesional titles, such as Dr, are used socially and precede marital titles. So, Mr and Mrs. Soandso, Dr. and Mr. Soandso, Judge and Mrs. Soandso, etc.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Give details for the reception. You could say that the couple were married in a intimate ceremony at such and such place. If the couple is already married you could put the invitation as a renewal of vows. Don't feel bad if you didn't invite the people to your wedding but you invited them to the reception.

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