A wedding reception invitation may be included with the wedding invitation or may be placed on a separate card for those holding a reception at a different location from the ceremony. If you are planning a small ceremony, reception may occur on a different date, place, or time to allow for a larger celebration. Reception cards should be sent out three months in advance for guests can plan. A selection of wedding reception invitations are selected below to help inspire the designing of your own unique verbiage. These words have been used by others and are intended to encourage the construction of your own.
Adult Cocktail and Dinner Reception at [time] o’clock in the evening. [location name and address].
Dine . Dance . Celebrate at [time] and [date/address].
Dinner and dancing immediately following the ceremony [name of location and address].
Dinner Reception to be held following ceremony [location name and address].
Hors d’oeuvres Reception and Dance immediately following the ceremony. [location name and address].
Please join us as we celebrate the union of our lives and our families. Reception to follow the ceremony [location name and address].
Please join us for cocktails, dinner and dancing in honor of the new Mr. and Mrs. [name] at [time] in the evening. [address].
Please join us for Dinner and Dancing at [time] o’clock in the evening [name of location and adress].
Reception at half past [time] at [address].
Reception following the ceremony at the home of [name of residents and address].
Reception immediately following ceremony [location name address].
The celebration continues with a reception luncheon for [name] at [time and location].
The Celebration Continues… Reception immediately following the ceremony [name of location and address].
The pleasure of your company is requested at the Reception immediately following the ceremony [location] at [time].
To help us celebrate, please join us for the Reception at [time] o’clock in the evening. [address].
We request the pleasure of your company for dinner and dancing immediately following the ceremony [name of location and address].
The wedding reception should mimic the theme, color, and style of the couple’s wedding celebration. All of the little details can start to add up for a newlywed couple and their wedding budget. The following infographic provides a guide on affordable ways to get the most bang for your buck and still make your reception a memorable and unique event.
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