Evening Invitation Wording

Evening invitation wording pretty much follows the Day invitation wording, for an understanding what is the correct way to say who is making the invitation, please see the Wedding Invitation Wording page. There is no correct way to word your evening invites and if you want to have something completely different and unique to you, go for it!

For a guide on possible ways to word your evening invitations please see the examples below; 


From parents of the bride


WE1

 

Mr. & Mrs. Simon Smith

request the pleasure of the company of

______________________________

at an evening reception to celebrate

the marriage of their daughter

Tanya with Mr. Shaun Mitchell

At Buxted Park Hotel

On Saturday, 27th August, 2009

at 8:00 pm

 

RSVP by 1st July 2009  

tel 01234 678678 or email T&S@thenet.com

 

WE2

 

Mr. & Mrs. Simon Smith

request the pleasure of the company of

to celebrate the marriage of their daughter

 

Tanya with Mr. Shaun Mitchell

 

at an Evening Reception to be held at

At Buxted Park Hotel

On Saturday, 27th August, 2009

at 8:00 pm

 

RSVP by 1st July 2009  

tel 01234 678678 or email T&S@thenet.com

  

From the couple

  

WE3

 

Miss Lisa Marie Smith

and

Mr. Robert Matthew Johnson

request the pleasure of your company

at an Evening Reception to be held at

at Buxted Park Hotel

On Saturday, 27th August, 2009

at 8:00 pm

 

RSVP by 1st July 2009  

tel 01234 678678 or email T&S@thenet.com

 

  

WE4

 

Lisa Marie Smith and Robert Matthew Johnson

have the pleasure in inviting

______________________________

to share in the

celebration of their wedding

at Buxted Park Hotel

On Saturday, 27th August, 2009

at 8:00 pm

 

RSVP by 1st July 2009  

tel 01234 678678 or email T&S@thenet.com

 

 

WE5

 

Lisa and Robert

Are getting married and would love for you

to join them at an evening celebration

at Buxted Park Hotel

on Saturday, 27th August, 2009

from 7pm

 

RSVP 

Tel: 01234 576 576

Email : lisaandrobert@aol.com