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Another Invite Question...

First, I would like to tell you how blessed I have been to get all of your amazing input to all the questions I and others have asked on this board. Thank you.

Second, we are not having a Nuptial Mass, since my FI is not Catholic. He is not baptised either and I know that at this point, we will not be entering into a sacrament. What would be the most appropriate wording for the invites to express that and if both my FI and I along with  my parents are hosting the wedding?

Thank you so much in advance.
Wedding Countdown Ticker " Love for thy love and hand for hand I give" William Shakespeare
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Re: Another Invite Question...

  • mica178mica178 member
    5000 Comments Fourth Anniversary
    edited December 2011
    Either:

    Together with their families
    Bellashauntee
    and
    FI's full name
    request the honor of your presence...

    or

    Mr. and Mrs. Bride's parents
    and
    Mr. and Mrs. Groom's parents
    request the honor of your presence
    at the marriage of
    Bellashauntee
    and
    FI's full name

    etc.
  • edited December 2011
    His parent are not hosting. How would we word that?
    Wedding Countdown Ticker " Love for thy love and hand for hand I give" William Shakespeare
    110 Invitedimage 24 Ready to Partyimage 0 Missing Outimage 86 Making Us Waitimage
    RSVP Deadline: 10.06.10
  • mica178mica178 member
    5000 Comments Fourth Anniversary
    edited December 2011
    Oops!  Okay, well, you can do the traditional:

    Mr. and Mrs. Your parents' names
    request the honor of your presence
    at the wedding of their daughter
    Bellashauntee
    and
    FI's full name
    at Time
    on Date
    at Church's name
    Church's address
    City, State

    -"request the honor" indicates that the ceremony will take place at a church
    - traditionally, Catholic wording is that the bride AND the groom marry rather than the bride being married TO the groom
  • edited December 2011
    Thank you so much!
    Wedding Countdown Ticker " Love for thy love and hand for hand I give" William Shakespeare
    110 Invitedimage 24 Ready to Partyimage 0 Missing Outimage 86 Making Us Waitimage
    RSVP Deadline: 10.06.10
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