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The Only Set of Wedding Invitation Message Templates You Need to See Before Finalising Your Own

If you don’t know what to write in the wedding invitation messages you’re sending, here are templates you can refer to. Thank us, later.

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Once you decide on a wedding date, the first step that marks the beginning of your planning is to get your wedding cards printed. They work as an official announcement to the world that you are getting married. It is said that first impressions last forever, and well, this stands true even for wedding invitations. You need to get them on-point and make sure all the important information is conveyed along with a beautifully crafted message and if aren’t an expert on how to write a wedding invitation message, we are here to help you out.

A wedding invitation card is the most creative aspect of your wedding and therefore has to be aesthetically pleasing as well as should carry all the details that you wish to tell all of your wedding guests. But the wedding invitation message that you choose, has to be done carefully so that it is in sync with the overall theme of your wedding as well as incorporates your personal element. If you are looking for the right wedding invitation messages to choose from, check out these templates and refer to them for your own wedding.

Wedding Invitation Message Template For Engagement

The Invite House

Mr Rajat Rajan (Groom’s father’s name) and Mrs Meenaxi Rajan (Groom’s mother’s name)

request the pleasure of your company

at the engagement ceremony of their son

Rahul Rajan (Groom’s name)

With

Reema Shergil (Bride’s name)

Daughter of Mr Sahil Shergil (Bride’s father’s name) and Mrs Rita Shergil (Bride’s mother’s name)

on

Sunday, 18th November, 7 PM (Date and time)

at

JW Marriott, Aerocity,

New Delhi - 110037 (Venue details)

(Map overleaf)

Wedding Invitation Message Template For Mehndi

The Ochre Shed

You’re invited to the pool party and Mehndi ceremony of

Reema Shergil (Bride’s name)

on

Monday, 19th November, 11 AM (Date and time)

at

JW Marriott, Aerocity,

New Delhi - 110037 (Venue details)

(Map overleaf)

Hosted by Mr Sahil Shergil (Bride’s father’s name) and Mrs Rita Shergil (Bride’s mother’s name)

Dress Code - Rajasthani Indian attires for females and kurta, pyjama for males. (Theme details)

Wedding Invitation Message Template For Sangeet

Carded Love

Bride’s siblings, Riya and Roli Shergil, invite you to the most epic Sangeet Night

of

Reema Shergil (Bride’s name) and Rahul Rajan (Groom’s name)

to kick off their wedding celebration.

Along with music, dance and cocktails,

You can join us on

19th November, 8 PM (Date and time)

at

Rose Hall, JW Marriott,

Aerocity, New Delhi - 110037 (Venue details)

Theme - Gold & Glam (Indian formals with a tinge of gold for both males and females)

(Theme details)

Wedding Invitation Message Template For Wedding

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Mr Raman Rajan (Paternal grandfather’s name) and Mrs Aarti Rajan (Paternal grandmother’s name)

request your gracious presence and blessings

on the auspicious occasion of the wedding ceremony of  

Rahul (Groom’s name)

Son of Mr Rajat Rajan (Father’s name) and Mrs Meenaxi Rajan (Mother’s name)

with

Reema (Bride’s name)

Daughter of Mr Sahil Shergil (Father’s name) and Mrs Rita Shergil

On Tuesday, 20th November 2018 (Date)

Reception of Baraat - 7 PM

Dinner - 8 PM (Time)

Venue:

Mosaic Banquet Hall,

Leela Hotel, New Delhi - 110067 (Venue details)

(Map Overleaf)

Wedding Invitation Message Template For Reception

Pink Whistle Man

Please join us for the reception party in honour of

Rahul Rajan (Groom’s name)

and

Reema Shergil (Bride’s name)

on

Wednesday, 21st November, 7 PM (Date and time)

at

Mosaic Banquet Hall, Leela Hotel,

New Delhi - 110067 (Venue details)

(Map overleaf)

Hosted by Mr Rajat Rajan (Groom’s father’s name) and Mrs Meenaxi Rajan (Groom’s mother’s name)

Theme - All Things Blue - Your outfit should include the colour blue. (Theme details)

Things You Can’t Miss Mentioning:

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1. Date and time -

It’s one of the basic things that you have to have on your wedding invitation. People often forget to mention the time, so make sure you don’t. 

2. Venue details and directions -

When we say venue details, you need to get as specific as you can on your invitation to avoid any confusion. People will be coming from different directions so and a map overleaf is always helpful.

3. Name of the ceremony -

Everyone needs to know what they are coming to attend, in order to dress for the occasion as well as prepare themselves for what is going to happen. Mentioning the name of the ceremony makes it easy for the guests to understand what to expect.

4. The theme, if there is one -

If you have a theme or a dress code, make sure you clearly mention it in your wedding invitation cards. Sometimes, there are separate themes for men and women, and you need to be careful that it’s clearly stated in your card to avoid any kind of confusion.

5. Names of the hosts -

Often, when guests reach the venue, they forget to carry the cards but remember the hosts’ names. So make sure you mention the names of whoever is hosting the events of your wedding functions, clearly in your cards.

6. Bride and Groom’s names -

A wedding invitation message is incomplete and can’t go without the bride’s and groom’s names. It’s a prerequisite and you have to have it on your wedding invitation.

7. Post ceremony plans -

It is a great way to set the tone for your post-wedding functions so that the guests would know what more is there to come. They would know what to expect after your wedding ceremony if you would include a separate card sharing the details about your Reception. It would be helpful in a manner that the guests then can make their plans and accommodate everything so that they can be present with you at your functions. 

8. Design elements -

Along with your wedding invitation message, the design element of your invites also plays a very important role. They ensure that your whole invitation is in sync with a theme and looks aesthetically pleasing. While there are so many styles to choose from like minimalistic, rustic, traditional, religious, vintage, artistic, modern and much more, your design would reflect the personal style of your wedding.

We are sure you now know exactly what all you need to include in your wedding invitation messages. Make sure to pick the right kind of colour palettes, design elements and fonts that go with the overall theme of your wedding in your wedding invitations. Nailing your wedding invitation is dependent on a plethora of things that every couple needs to have a spot on to ensure that it is remarkable. From the design to finalising a colour scheme and deciding which font will look best on the chosen colour of sheet and the texture of the paper are all necessary details every couple has to nail to ensure that their wedding invite is bespoke and absolutely stunning. So, we say you get going and start searching the internet and social media feeds of invitation designers and a couple who recently got married and pay attention to the details that their wedding invites have. That is the only inspiration you need to create your very own. 

Now that your wedding card matter is ready, finalise a suitable wedding invitation vendor.