Wedding Invitations & Paper

Need help with wording for invites stating just married now join us for a destination celebration

Hello, 
I am looking for a way to word a wedding announcement that states that we got married and now we want the recipient to join us for a destination celebration. We need the recipient to understand we are not paying for their airfare/accommodations, but we would love for them to take a vacation with us. 
Any suggestions?

Re: Need help with wording for invites stating just married now join us for a destination celebration

  • ILoveBeachMusicILoveBeachMusic Indiana member
    Sixth Anniversary 2500 Comments 500 Love Its 5 Answers
    How about "X and Y would like to announce their marriage on date. You are cordially invited to celebrate with us on date at venue". You don't need to mention that you aren't paying for their airfare or accommodations. Most people don't for a destination wedding. That being said, don't be hurt or surprised if a lot of people don't come since it isn't a wedding. 
    MesmrEweqtmollie2000
  • MyNameIsNotMyNameIsNot Atlanta member
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    Hello, 
    I am looking for a way to word a wedding announcement that states that we got married and now we want the recipient to join us for a destination celebration. We need the recipient to understand we are not paying for their airfare/accommodations, but we would love for them to take a vacation with us. 
    Any suggestions?
    Follow wording for a marriage announcement, like "X and Y were married privately on April 1, 2020." Then follow with a normal party invitation: "You are cordially invited to celebrate the recent marriage at..."  
    qtmollie2000MairePoppy
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