I posted this on Invites and didn't really get too much insight of the issue so I'll try here. FI and I are starting to work on our invite wording. We are having a religious ceremony with a minister at our venue. I read somewhere that is it now acceptable to use the wording "Honour of your presence" for religious ceremonies outside of a church. Although this is not "traditional" etiquette do you think it would be ok to use? Did you or have you received an invite with this wording that was not inside a church. I want to use this wording because we just don't like "pleasure of your company." My mom says it's fine and no one with think twice about it but I'm just not sure.