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Sample Invites
[Wedding-February 2009]

“We’ve made it simple for you to write your wedding invitations. Our basic templates will help you in choosing the right words for you invites. Be sure to follow proper invitation etiquette. Fill in the blanks with your names and have the message printed on your own personalized cards. Don’t let the invitations be the most stressful and difficult part of the wedding planning process. Once you have the wording finalized you will just need to pick out a card design. This can be a difficult task just because there are too many choices but not to worry! If you are looking for some traditional styles we’ve got you covered with card samples. The more contemporary and Western styles are easier to find but be sure to shop around for the printer that best meets your needs.

Sample Wedding Invitation

Mr. and Mrs. _____________
and
Mr. and Mrs. ____________

request the honour of your presence
at the marriage ceremony
of their children

__________
and
____________

on the Sunday, the thirteenth of October
two thousand and nine

3:30 in the afternoon

____________ (venue)
Anytown, Anystate


Sample Nikah Invitation

“In the name of Allah, the most Gracious the most Merciful”

Mr. and Mrs. _________ request the honor of your

presence at the Nikah of their daughter

_______

to

_______

Insha’allah on Saturday, December 15th 2009

at 7:00 in the evening.

______ Hotel

______ (address)

R.S.V.P. by December 5th, 2009

Mr. and Mrs. ________

000-000-0000

Sample Reception Invitation

Mr. and Mrs. ______

request the honor of your presence

at the Wedding Reception of their granddaughter

_______

(daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ____)

and

_______

(son of Mr. and Mrs. _______)

on Sunday the 15th of December two thousand nine

at half past six in the evening

______________ (venue)

_______________(address)

______________________

R.S.V.P.

_________

000-000-0000

Sample Valima Invitation

In the name of Allah, the most beneficent and merciful.

Mr. and Mrs. __________
cordially request the company of
___________________________

to grace the joyous and auspicious occasion
of the Valima of their daughter
_________
with
_________

son of Mr. and Mrs. ____________

on Monday, the first of July, two thousand and nine.

R.S.V.P :

_______

_____________

Sample Mehndi Invite

Mrs._________
Cordially invites and requests the
pleasure of your company for the
Mehndi Ceremony of her beloved daughter

__________
To be held at the
________ (Venue)

on Thursday 15th of October, 2009 at 3.00 p.m.

Attire: Formal

Sample Sangeet Invite

Please join us for
an evening of

Sangeet

on Sunday, the twenty-second of December
Two thousand and nine

at seven o’clock in the evening

_______ (venue)
__________ (address)

Start with these templates and you’ll be headed in the right direction. If you’re using an Indian printer they will be able to present you with some more wording ideas. Remember, the invitation wording will greatly depend on the style of your event. The invitation will let your guests know how formal or informal your wedding is. Think of your invitation as a “sneak-peek” into your wedding. If your wedding card has a picture of a bride sitting in a doli, then that’s exactly what your guests will expect! Don’t send out traditional cards for a contemporary wedding or vice versa. This is just tacky. Remember, phrases like “no boxed gift” or any kind of mention of gifts on the wedding invitation itself is just inappropriate. Instead, if you really don’t want “boxed gifts” then have someone other than yourself and your fiance, such as a family member inform your guests. It is acceptable to mention the type of attire on the invite itself. In fact, we recommend you do so if you don’t want guests over or under dressed at your wedding! Just think, how many weddings have you been to wear if it was yours you would have been embarrassed of your guests sense of style. Avoid all these possibilities by following proper wedding etiquette and setting the right mood for that upcoming big day. Not only is the invitation essential in setting a preview for your guests but it will be something you will cherish for many years to come!

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4 Responses to “Sample Invites”

  1. Mani Says:

    Thanks for this service.

  2. Ramakant Chaturvedi Says:

    Hi

  3. Madhu Says:

    Hi i want to get printed wedding cards. Pls. quote me the price of Yellow one.

    thx madhu

  4. admin Says:

    Sorry, we don’t sell wedding cards. We are a magazine not store.

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