Wedding Invitations

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Real Wedding: Morgan + Jared

By Ashlea

When love, creativity and a gorgeous setting come together the results are amazing! Taking full advantage of the breathtaking views at Kendall Plantation this crafty couple created a wedding day with details that are just as gorgeous as they are meaningful. Perfectly captured by DaVeck Studios with gorgeous blooms from Goen South this wedding is nothing short of stunning!

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Adorned with lush succulents and golden blooms, this Texas affair is chock-full of rustic details. From the Brides gorgeous lace dress, to the crafty DIY escort cards this gray and yellow wedding is just beautiful.

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Complete the look with our Antique Monogram wedding invitations. Morgan and Jared chose this design to be in pewter, golden, and canary – the perfect way to incorporate their wedding color palette! This vintage wedding invitation features flourishes, a monogram, and a gorgeous script font. What more could you want?!


Thank you again to Morgan for sharing this special day with us! We hope you loved the elegant and rustic details as much as we did!

For ordering information, please visit our Antique Monogram wedding invitation product page. More pictures of our Antique Monogram wedding invitation design can also be seen on our blog.

Modern Blush Wedding Invitations

By Ashlea

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Yet another stunning example of our Modern Initials wedding invitation design! If you are planning a rustic or romantic wedding, blush and gray are the perfect soft wedding color palette. Complete with a bold type, alternating borders, and a simple monogram this contemporary wedding invite is to die for!

Gray and Blush Pink Wedding Invitations with a Monogram Blush Wedding Invites

Our Modern Initials wedding invitations are shown in pewter gray and blush pink. Pair the contemporary wedding invitations with a solid blush wrapper or choose from several of our patterns! We love how these modern invitations are so versatile! Any of our pastel colors will create a soft romantic look perfect for a rustic vintage wedding. Any of our bold, bright colors would look fantastic with the alternating borders!

Modern Blush and Gray Wedding Invitations

Find out more about our Modern Initials wedding invitations and our other gorgeous color combinations that we offer by visiting our Shine Wedding Invitations website! Also, browse our blog for more modern initials wedding invitation designs and check out our Pinterest for more blush wedding inspiration!

Silver Script Wedding Invitations

By Ashlea

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I always am excited when I see that a Bride and Groom chose our Flowing Script wedding invitation design. The results are gorgeous every time! Featuring a stylish script font that highlights the couples names, these romantic wedding invitations are such to make a chic statement.

Our wedding invitations are fully customizable and look great in every color we offer on our color chart! What I love most about these stylish and chic wedding invites is that they have so much personality when color is just added to a wrapper and an envelope liner, all while keeping the invitation classic in black and white. If you’d prefer not to use a wrapper or envelope liner or would like more color, these calligraphy wedding invitations look great with an addition of color to the couple’s names and headlines!

Gray script wedding invitations

The Bride and Groom decided to keep things simple with our Flowing Script wedding invitation design. Shown in black ink with a silver wrapper and a matching solid silver envelope liner. These wedding invitations are simple and classic with a touch of chic. Perfection!

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For pricing and ordering information, check out the Flowing Script wedding invitations our website, Shine Wedding Invitations or keep browsing our blog for more variations of our Flowing Script wedding invitations!

Wedding Invitation Wording

By Ashlea

Wedding Invitation wording can be so daunting. What do you include? How do you say it? We have all the answers right here!

Wedding Invitations Wording


The invitation traditionally begins with an introduction indicating who is hosting the wedding. Which may be the brides parents, grooms parents, a combination of the bride and groom and their families or the couple themselves.


Request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter


Request the pleasure of your company

One set of parents:

Mr. and Mrs. James Ford
Request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter


Both sets of parents:

Mr. and Mrs. James Ford
along with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bradbury
Cordially invite you to attend the marriage of their children

Divorced Parents:

Ms. Taylor Ford Guessler
Mr. James Ford
Request the presence at the marriage of their daughter


Couple + Family/ Bride + Groom:

Together With Their Families

Anna and Alexander
invite you to share with them
in the joy of their wedding

Anna and Alexander
Request the pleasure of your company


The Bride and Grooms name will appear after the introduction and is usually larger in type. There are several ways to write out your names. If it’s a formal invitation and/or both set of parents are hosting, then the Bride and Groom with have their first and middle names with no last name. If the couple is hosting, then both first and last names are used – middle name is totally optional.


The month, day, year and time are all included in the details as well as the location. Traditionally, everything from the month to the time is spelled out.

Saturday, August Eighth, Two Thousand Fifteen
Six O’Clock in the Evening

Belhurst Castle
4069 W Lake Rd – Geneva, New York


The last line of the wedding invitations indicates what is to follow the ceremony. To keep things short and sweet, couples tend to add “Dinner and Dancing to follow”. If the reception is at a different place, a small or large enclosure is used for all of the additional information.


Be sure to keep a look out for upcoming posts on Response Card wording!