Wedding Invitation Wording Basics

The language of wedding invitations conveys specific meaning, but many brides are unfamiliar with the nuances. Add to that the confusing array of family members in the contemporary family, the question of who is paying for the wedding, and other special situations, and it is no wonder that brides can get stumped trying to write their wedding invitations! Get it all sorted out by learning the basics of wedding invitation wording.

For generations, wedding invitations were worded in a fairly consistent manner, which made life easy for brides. The standard wedding invitation for a church goes as follows:

Mr. and Mrs. Howard James

Request the honour of your presence

at the marriage of their daughter

Caroline Anne


Mr. Charles Young

Saturday, the fifth of June

Two thousand and eleven

at one o’clock in the afternoon

St. Andrew Church

Stamford, Connecticut

A separate smaller card about half the size of the invitation is included which states:

Reception immediately following the ceremony

Green Gables Country Club

Stamford, Connecticut

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Jewish Wedding Hair Styles

Jewish Wedding Hair StylesSilky straight hair is a dream of every girl especially for wedding, though wavy Jewish wedding hairstyles look more sophisticated. Wavy hairstyles are along the lines of current fashion. They look natural and exclusively elegant. Although, wavy hairstyles are easy to do at home, you can consecutively consult a stylist to have a neat wavy hairstyle done for you. It is very important to use a lot of hair gels and hair sprays to make your hair look extraordinary fashionable. They will stay in a better condition for long. Extensive use of hair dryers and broad curling irons is a requirement.

Beginning with simply letting down your hair, you can give loose big curls. It gives your hair a romantic flair. You can even do side or centre partings with French twist along your forehead. A high puff with half-up hair is too good to be wonderful. When talking about tying up Jewish wedding hairstyles, buns are a correct choice. Making a loose bun can be very attractive. It makes your waves quite prominent. Tied up hair does not look frizzy and messy. Indeed, tied up hair enhances your facial features and makes your makeup, outfit and accessories outstanding. Read the rest of this entry »

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