Bridal Invitation Wording – Bride’s Parents Inviting


In some cases, the parents of the bride will be the ones who invite the guests to the wedding. Of course the wordings will be a bit different from the case that the parents of the bride and groom are inviting. Let us discuss how we can prepare the bridal invitation wording in this case.

Wording Examples – Bride’s Parents Inviting

Example A

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Davidson
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter

Jenny Silva
Mr. John Vincent Jensen

Sunday, the eighth of October
Two thousand and Seventeen
at ten o’clock in the morning
All Saints Church
12, Love Avenue

Example B

The day is so beautiful
because of love

Mr. and Mrs. Benny Owen
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter

Mr. Johnson Byrd

on Monday, the second of June
Two thousand and fourteen
at six o’clock in the afternoon
Simple Love Church


Example C

As two become one
the life changes
the world is full of love

Mr. and Mrs. Mendoza
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter


on 20 May 2013
at 8:00 in the evening
The Never Ending Love Hotel
985 New Life Street

Example D

Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Holland
request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter


son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Soto

Sunday, the seventeenth of May
two thousand and fifteen
at seven o’clock in the evening
New Grand Seasons Hotel


*The names, dates and venue addresses are made up for illustration purposes only.

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Common Format Of The Wording

You may wonder about the formats when preparing such kind of bridal invitation wording. Since the bride’s parents are going to invite, the name of the parents will usually put at the very beginning of the wording. In some cases you may want to write a poem or a short sentence before the names. The name of the bride will follow the names of the parents. Next, the name of the groom will be put.

After the groom’s name, there are two choices. Some couples will put the names of the groom’s parents after the name of the groom. No matter these names will be put on the card or not, the next part will be the date and time of the wedding.

It is common to ask if the names of the groom’s parents should be put on the card. There is no definite answer to this question. Again, it is essential to discuss with your spouse-to-be and also the parents. Communication is always the key when preparing the invitation wordings.

Ideas To Prepare The Bridal Invitation Wording

As a matter of fact, it is always important to consider who are going to invite. You need to consider this issue very carefully. Other it will be difficult for you to make the wedding invitation etiquette right. This issue is probably the first thing you need to consider when you are preparing the wording of your invites.

There are in fact some cases it will be natural for the parents of the bride to invite. One of the reasons will be related to the financial issue of the wedding. If the bride’s parents are going to financial the whole wedding, it can be a good idea for them to invite. On the other hand, they may also become the ones to invite if the parents of the groom are decreased. Of course there can also be other options in this case. The bride and groom can decide to invite on their own for example. Usually, you can make this decision after you have discussed with your family members and your spouse-to-be.

At this point, you may ask if there is some information that is unique to this type of wording. In fact, the information should be similar to other types of wording. Not matter who are going to invite, it is important to include all the necessary information such as the date and venue of the event. Of course you may also need to see if you need to prepare other stationery items such as the RSVP cards.

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