My parents have been very generous and given us a large amount of money towards the wedding, my fiancee are paying for the rest (still a hefty sum of money, but not as much as my parents have given) and FI parents aren't contributing at all.
I really want to acknowledge how generous my parents have been, by going with the traditional "brides parents invite you to the wedding of their daughter to the groom, son of grooms parents" My fiancee agrees that he wants to acknowledge it as well, but he feels that this wording makes me the centre of attention; that's definitely not what I'm going for.
But I feel like the "together with their parents, bride and groom invite you," would just gloss over my parents contribution, particularily since that just lumps them with his parents.
I can't possibly think of any wording though that wouldn't just sound like it's totally excluding his parents, and I can't find anything online for when it's the couple and just one set of parents. It's always one set of parents, or couple and both parents.
"People tell me the engagement will fly by and we'll be married before I know it, but it hasn't felt like that so far"