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You probably have a very beautiful wedding invitation card design, but now you are trying to figure out how to write the wordings. You are probably saying to yourself, "I have no idea how to write wedding invitation wording." You are not alone because a lot of people do not know how to either. Before starting your own verse, you can go on the internet and type in "free wedding invitation wording" to find samples to give you an idea on what to write.
You can copy and paste the sample if you want, but make sure the names are changed because most likely the samples are using names such as John Doe.
Usually, the first thing your guests should see on the card are the names of the people who are hosting/paying for the wedding. After that, you write a request that you want your guest to attend. Third step is to write the bride's name and the groom's name (ex. Jane Smith to John Doe). The fourth step is the the date and time. Afterwards, you write the location of the place. Finally, let your guests know if there is going to be a dinner party or anything else you would like your guests to be aware of.