Question by  Priyaumashankargmailcom (11)

What should my invitations say if I am getting married on a cruise?


Answer by  SallyJ64 (3121)

If you are inviting people to join you and your future spouse, it should give them the typical invitation information in addition to information on the cruise line and where it departs from. If you are getting married abord ship, but don't expect people to come with you you should just send out the date.


Answer by  alexgin (71)

Ahoy Mates, You are invited to come and join us for an evening under the stars on a wonderful cruise, as we celebrate our matrimony in the deep blue sea of love.


Answer by  Olive (1195)

Say that this is a destination wedding! Of course, give information where to find out the details for signing up-not mentioning how much it costs on the invite of course. You can do this via a web site, such as Google calendar. You can do this whether you are doing formal paper invites or the casual evite.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

It should say, I'm happy to invite you to a wedding aboard a nice cruise ship. We would like our friends and family to come watch this joyious occasion. We would be very proud in you all jioning in the celebration. This could not be a more happy time for the groom and I.


Answer by  Amom (701)

Usually, if someone gets married in a unique locations, immediate family is the only ones who are invited, i.e. parents, grandparents, possible a special aunt or uncle, special friends, and siblings. You will put the location of your wedding as the ship but you must also coordinate your trip with a travel agent and enclose that information.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Misty and John are taking the plunge aboard Carnival Cruise lines. Please join us in celebrating the wonderful occasion with a coming home party.

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