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I'm having some troubles with wording our wedding invitations.
I am Greek Orthodox and my partner Lebanese Maronite. Our invites will be issued by my parents.
We are having church ceremonies both to be held on the one day. Greek church from 12.30-1.30 and Maronite from 2-2.30pm. The reception party will be at 5pm.
Firstly, I am not sure how to word on one invitation that there will be 2 church ceremonies and Secondly, I don%u2019t want to make people feel like they have to come to both churches as I know how much of a long day it will be.
Do you have any suggestions on wording? You%u2019re help will be greatly appreciated.
You are cordially invited to attend the wedding of XXXX to XXXX to be held up on THIS DATE.
The Greek Orthodox ceremony will be held first at 12:30pm-1:30pm at Blahblah Church.
The Maronite service will be from 2-2:30pm.
Guests are encouraged to attend the wedding service of their choice but are not required to attend both.
The reception will be at XXXX and will start at 5pm. XXXX and XXXX hope you will be able to celebrate the joining of their lives on this special day.
Please RSVP by THIS DATE.
Would this work?.
Tirzah Laughs - THANK YOU!!
This works really well. Its polite and more importantly to the point.
Thank you very much
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