Wedding invitation verses should be written clearly to prevent any misconceptions from taking place. A word can have a number of meanings depending on how you use it, which is why it is very important for you to choose your words wisely.
Verses for wedding invitations should also layout the details of the wedding such as: the date, the time of the wedding ceremony and reception and the venue for both the ceremony and reception.
Ensure that you clearly state these details on the invitation as some guests believe that once they are invited to the ceremony, that they are also invited to the reception. Some couples may want a private ceremony with only immediate family members and will invite the rest of their family and friends to the reception. In a case such as this, the verse for the wedding invitation should specifically and very clearly state this.
To prevent feelings from getting hurt, the verses of your wedding invitations should clearly acknowledge those who are paying for the wedding. For instance, if the bride’s parents are paying for the wedding, the invitation should state, “the bride’s parents are requesting your presence…”
How To Write Outstanding and Unique Verses For Wedding Invitations
Wedding invitation verses may also be of a short poem that shows the love that you have as a couple. Apart from informing your guests about the date and location of your wedding, you also want to convey to all how much you and your partner appreciate each other, and you can do this by adding a small quotation in the verses on your wedding invitations.