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Wedding Wording Worksheet

This worksheet will help us determine exactly what should be included on your invitations and how it should be written. However, your wording is completely up to you. We've included suggestions and traditions to help you decide but if there’s anything you want to change, remove, or include just let us know. (We know it's a lot of info all at once so don't hesitate to ask us any questions!)


Please write all names exactly how you'd like them to appear on your invitation (including Miss/Mr./Mrs./Dr./Jr., etc.)

 A -  Parents’ Names Together


Mr. and Mrs. [Bride’s Parents]


Mr. and Mrs. [Groom’s Parents]

Request the honor of your presence

At the marriage of their children




 B -  Parents’ Names Separate


Mr. and Mrs. [Bride’s Parents]

Request the honor of your presence 

At the marriage of their daughter




Son of Mr. and Mrs. [Groom’s Parents]

 C -  No Parents' Names


Together with their families




Invite you to share in the joy of their wedding

Host Line Format

Host Line Notes:

  • The engaged couple’s names can be listed as First Only, First Middle, or First Middle Last.

  • Formally, the bride’s name should begin with “Miss” and the groom’s, “Mr.”.

  • The mother’s name is always listed before the father’s.

  • If your parents are divorced/remarried, you can list both sets of parents in the boxes.

  • In this case, the formats I recommend are:

    • w/o Step-Parents: "Ms. Mother Last-Name & Mr. Father Last-Name"

    • w/ Step-Parents: "Mr. & Mrs. Mother & Stepfather Last-Name [line break] and Mr. & Mrs. Father & Stepmother Last-Name"

Request Line

* The British spelling with a “u”  indicates a ceremony in a house of worship

Date & Time Format
Reception Line


Covid-19 Safety


Due Date Format
Guest Name Line Format
Accepts/Declines Format
Number of Guests Fomat
Meal Selection (If applicable)
Song Requests

Return Address

Couple Of Honor Name Format (Example: Matt Flamhaff & Jenna Rink)

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