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Posted on Jan 26, 2017 by Bliss
The days of Emily Post’s etiquette rules are not always true in today’s world. The wording of formal wedding invitations vary greatly depending on who is hosting the wedding. Fifty years ago, it was traditional for the bride’s parents to host, but today, there are no rules to who can or should host the wedding. For instance, any of the following scenarios could be your wedding:
Whichever scenario is the case for your wedding, Bliss Paper Boutique’s templates can help you properly format your invite to accommodate your needs. Browse our large variety of wedding invitations here.
Do you have other questions? Such as punctuation and style rules? We’re here to help. Below are some general do’s and don’ts:
There really is no easy way to tell your guests that their children are not invited. The most faint approach is to spread the “no kids” restriction by word of mouth or on your wedding website. If you are looking for a more “formal” statement, here are two ways to avoid putting the news directly on the invitation:
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