Your invitation wording indicates what type of wedding guests can expect to attend.
Wedding invitation wording can be overwhelming. Let's be honest, it's way more fun to pick your wedding flowers and linens than it is to determine wedding etiquette for stationery. But how you word your invitations has a huge impact.
Even simple phrases like "Can't wait to celebrate with you!/Will toast from afar" on response cards can indicate a more casual, relaxed wedding environment.
I had no clue how to word my own wedding invitations in 2013, and since I DIYed my invites, they were riddled with mistakes. I didn't go to a professional for help, and although I do remembering Googling wedding etiquette, I guess I just didn't find the right resources. Thankfully I've learned all of the do’s and don’ts of wedding invitation wording since being in the business for almost five years.
Even if you aren’t concerned with formal wording, there is one thing that all brides want to avoid–typos! My comprehensive wedding invitation wording guide includes a proofreading checklist for your invitations, along with tips for your RSVP cards and detail cards, too.