Congratulations, the big day is coming up!
You have your venue, and you have your catering set. Now comes the important part: asking people to come and share your special moment.
How you word your invitations can set the tone for the wedding; communication is key. You can be formal or you can be fun, but in any case, you want to be as welcoming as possible.
There are also complications to take note of in your invites. Some bride and grooms' parents are divorced, but you want to ensure you're addressing them in an inclusive, respectful manner. If you don't, you may find yourself putting out fires with your family and friends.
Take it from us: you have too much to do right now to deal with that.
We here at The Huffington Post Canada Living have compiled a series of examples of wedding invitation wordings that should let your closest family and friends know how important it will be to have them on your wedding day.
Here are some ideas for how to word your wedding invitations: