When it comes to planning your own Jewish wedding, invitations differ a bit from traditional word usages. You use “and” instead of “to” between the bride and grooms name. If you are planning a Roman Catholic mass as a part of the ceremony, invitations should refer to the guests “participating in the offering of a Nuptial Mass.” This would be placed underneath the groom’s name. Invitations should not mention gifts or attire, however the words “black tie” can be written in the lower right hand corner of the reception invitation. A series of Jewish wedding invitation wording is listed below to provide some ideas as to how your invitations should be structured.
On the [day of month] of Nissan, corresponding to the [day of month] day of [month], [bride name] and [groom name] invite you along with their families to rejoice as they celebrate their love under the chuppah in the meadow beside [name of location].
[bride name] and [groom name] are honoring their longtime devotion to and deep love for each other in a commitment ceremony on [day of week] evening, [date] at [time]. Please join us to bless and witness our union.
We hope you will come dance with us at our wedding til the cows come home! Please join us, [bride name] and [groom name], along with our folks [name] and [name] for a celebration of love, life, and the pursuit of marital bliss.
Won’t you come light the last Hanukkah candle with us as our beloved children [bride name] and [groom name] stand together under the chuppah on [time and date].
Together with their parents [bride name] and [groom name] invite you to share in the joy and celebration of their marriage on [day of week] and date. Seating begins at [time]. Ceremony commences at [time].
[hosts names] request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter, [bride name] and [groom name] son of [groom parents name]. [date] and [time] in the evening at [location].
[bride name] and [groom name] together with our parents invite you to share with us the joy of our marriage on [date] and [time].
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