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How to Word Your Wedding Invitations – Couple + Parents Inviting

Some of the most common questions we receive here at Invitations by Dawn revolve around how to word wedding invitations. Wording your wedding invitations always begins with one key piece of information: who is hosting the wedding. The host of your wedding is typically the person(s) paying for the majority of the celebration, which could be the couple, the bride’s parents, parents and couple, etc.

Here we’ve listed a variety of invitation wording ideas written for couples whose parents are also contributing to the wedding. The easiest and most common way to reflect the contributions of both sets of parents as well as the couple is to include “together with our parents” in the invitation wording. There are other wording options that list the names of one or both sets of parents if desired. Just remember, if the names of parents are listed they should include last names, which means last names should be omitted for the bride and groom. If parents’ names are not mentioned, both the bride and groom should include their last names. (If the couple is paying for the majority of the wedding, they can choose not to mention parents. Read How to Word Your Wedding Invitations – Couple Inviting to find the right wording for your invites.)

How to Word Your Wedding Invitations – Couple and Parents Inviting

Most Popular Wedding Invitation Wording
Because you have shared in our lives
by your friendship and love, we
Lisa Jo Swenson
and
Alexander Tory Birch
together with our parents
invite you to share
the beginning of our new life together
when we exchange marriage vows
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
at five o'clock in the evening
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Simple Wedding Invitation Wording
Together with their families
Lisa Jo Swenson
&
Alexander Tory Birch
request the pleasure of your company
as they are united in marriage
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
at five o'clock in the evening
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Family-Oriented Wedding Invitation Wording
We have experienced love …
in our parents, our families and friends
and now a new love in each other
Together with our parents, we
Lisa Jo Swenson
and
Alexander Tory Birch
invite you to share with us
a celebration of love
The ceremony will be held
at five o'clock in the evening
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Wedding Invitation Wording from Couple + One Set of Parents
We invite you to share with us
a celebration of love
when Joseph and Anne Swenson’s daughter
Lisa Jo
and
Alexander Tory Birch
are joined in marriage
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
on Saturday, the nineteenth of June
two thousand twenty-one
at five o'clock in the evening
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Wedding Invitation Wording with Names of Parents
Lisa Jo
and
Alexander Tory
together with their parents
Joseph and Anne Swenson
and
Larry and Molly Birch
invite you to share in the joy
when they exchange marriage vows
and begin their new life together
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
at five o'clock in the evening
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Christian Wedding Invitation Wording
Desiring God's will for their lives
and believing that includes each other
Lisa Jo Swenson
and
Alexander Tory Birch
together with their parents
invite you to share their joy
as they are united in the Lord Jesus Christ
on Friday, the fourteenth of August
two thousand twenty
at five o'clock in the evening
The Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street
Omaha, Nebraska