Do we have to send wedding invitations to our parents and attendants? They’re working closely with us on the planning, and they obviously know when the wedding is, so isn’t it redundant? A: The short answers: No, it’s not redundant, and yes, you should send them.
Do you write Mom and Dad on wedding invitations?
It’s the equivalent of calling them ‘Mother’ and ‘Father’, which sounds contrived unless that’s what you usually call your parents. … So, I’d recommend using whatever name you naturally call your parents is best, even if it’s a nickname such as Pops or Mumma.
Which parents name goes first on a wedding invitation?
The name of the bride always precedes the groom’s name. Formal invitations issued by the bride’s parents refer to her by her first and middle names, the groom by his full name and title; if the couple is hosting by themselves, their titles are optional.
What parents names go on wedding invitations?
When writing wedding invitation wording from the bride’s parents, pay attention to first and last names. Since the bride’s parents’ first names and last name are mentioned, only the bride’s first and middle name should appear on the invitation. However, the groom’s first, middle and last names should be included.
What is the correct etiquette for wedding invitations?
Wedding invitations should include the full names of the couple getting married, those of the hosts (if they’re different), and the place and time of the ceremony—that’s it. These invites, by Epoch Designs, do just that.
Do you put middle names on wedding invitations?
Last names aren’t needed for the bride or groom if their parents are listed on the invitation. Typically, wedding invitations include the first and middle names of both the bride and groom, and the first, middle and last names of the bride and groom if parents aren’t listed.