Invites & Stationery

Invitation Wording: Both Sets of Parents Hosting (Formal)



When both sets of parents are hosting:

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Thomas Chrzanowski
*request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Colleen Marie
to
Ryan Michael Cronin
son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Rigby Cronin
Saturday, the twenty-third of May
at four o'clock
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
New York, New York



Another "formal" option:

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Thomas Chrzanowski
and
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Rigby Cronin
*request the pleasure of your company
at the wedding reception of their children
Colleen Marie and Ryan Michael
Saturday, the twenty-third of May
at four o'clock
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
New York, New York



*Only ceremonies taking place in houses of worship should have the phrase "the honour of your presence" used on the invitations. Otherwise, it's appropriate to use "request the pleasure of your company."

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