Marriage Invitation Letter, Sample & Format

A Marriage invitation letter is written to invite friends and family members to an upcoming wedding. It differs from a wedding invitation card as the marriage invitation letter is more personal in its contents and less formal, informing the recipient of the happy news while extending an invitation to be present for the upcoming wedding.

From:

David Dobson

2621 Snowbird Lane
Pickrell, NE 68422

June 20, 2010

To:

Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Wilson

4151 Grim Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103

Dear Ronnie & Farah

Re: Marriage Invitation

It is my pleasure to invite you to my youngest daughter’s wedding this August 28, 2010. Mia has finally found the man of her dreams, so she says but we have to agree with her this time. David Riley, her fiancé, is Mia’s business associate whom she has known for 3 years.

Their wedding is to be held at the Lake View Park at 10am during the summer. Mia and David love the outdoors and a sunny luncheon will be available after the exchange of vows at the fountain in the Park.

Please revert on your presence before July 15, 2010 to assist us in the catering and planning of Mia’s wedding. It would be an honor to have your presence at Mia’s wedding as you have watched her grow all these years. She has personally mentioned your names to be added to the top of her guest list.

We look forward to your presence.

Your good friend,

David Dobson & family

 

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