Every wedding invitation should have name of the host, a request to come to the wedding, couples names, wedding date, start of the wedding, and location. There are so many different wedding invitation wording options out on Google, you just don't know which is right for you. Let's dive into what each line of the wedding invitation means and then decide what the best traditional wedding invitation wording etiquette is right for you. And if I am designing your wedding invitations, you just need to tell me some importation information and I will create your wedding invitation wording for you. No stress!
Miss, Ms., or Mrs.? Guest or guest? Who's name do I put first? Is it different how do I address an envelope to a married couple versus unmarried couple? Addressing wedding invitation envelopes with proper etiquette is confusing, so many rules and you don't want to offend anyone. No worries! Get my guide below to help you out. And to the last question, yes it is different. If I am designing your wedding invitations and you are still confused, I will take care of the etiquette for you!