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invitation wording...

I recently read that the words "request the honour of your presence" should be used only if you are getting married in a hosue of worship and otherwise "pleasure of your company" should be used.  I am getting married in a historical chapel that is no longer used for regular worship... which wording should I use and does it really matter that much? Thanks ladies!

Re: invitation wording...

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    edited December 2011
    Does not matter in the least.  I got married at the venue and did the honour of your presence is requested at....  Pick what you like best.
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    edited December 2011
    I don't think anyone notices....

    I have only heard the "honour" vs "honor"...."honour" being in a house of worship. Either way, I don't think anyone will notice, or care. Us brides think too much about these little things.
    ~Chelsea~
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    edited December 2011

    Yes, "honour" is typically used for house of worship but you could use "honor" if you want to use that phrase...request he honor of your pressence...but like pp said these days I don't think most people will notice or care.

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