Destination Wedding Invitation
Traditionally, the bride’s parents are listed as the hosts for the weddings, however these days anything goes and it all depends of the family dynamics and on the bride and groom to be. So if the bride and groom decide to host their own wedding there are two approaches:
The formal approach which will read something like this:
Together with their families Miss Ann Smith and Mr Angelo Bonolis we request the pleasure of your company at the celebration of their marriage
The other option is to choose a less formal approach and goes something like this:
Ann Smith and Angelo Bonolis request the pleasure of your company at their marriage…
If the parents of the bride are hosting the wedding than the wording will go something like this:
Mr Andrew Smith and Mrs Fiona Smith request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter…
There are various options to change in the way the wedding invitations are written for both formal and informal versions however the basic elements remain the same. It is also advisable that before you decide on the wording the husband and bride to be consult with both parents so as everyone will be comfortable with the way the invitation is written.
Also when it comes to wedding invitations for destination weddings it is advisable to provide the guests with as much information as possible about the destination, culture, entertainment and nearby accommodation suggestions that can be done in the selected location. The best way to go about this is to create a website with all the necessary details and to include a link to the website in your wedding invitation. Always keep in mind that probably most of your guests will be combining their holiday together with your wedding and as such the more information you provide the simpler it will be for them decide to join you for your special day. From our experience the turnout for your destination wedding will be much higher when you provide comprehensive and complete information about not only the wedding itself but also the destination.
If you are planning a destination wedding in Malta and need wedding planning advice or other information about getting married in Malta, please do not hesitate to contact us on email@example.com and we will gladly help.