I'm so excited for the bright future you two share, and honored to be asked to help with your invitations. That being said, wording formal wedding invitations is not something I do frequently, so please send a link to this page and invite others to check grammar and proof read carefully. ~Sherry Howe
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The wording was changed here to include the names of the grooms parents and middle names. last names have already been introduced and so are not required again. Capital letters have been left off the bride and groom first names at the top and a plus sign was used instead of an ampersand as an intentional design element to signify innocence and humility, I will change this at your request.
VM FRONT Invite version 1
This is original wording for the front of your 5 x7 wedding invitation. The two gold lines are in gold leaf, not ink. the shine is suggested here, however the gold leaf line is solid.
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This is the original generic template back, but it didn't seem to fit the format as well with the design set by the front of the invitation. There is nothing wrong with using this format however if you prefer it.
VM BACK final inv
I felt that left justify was the opposite of right justify and still fit the theme and Victoria's desire for no centered text, while also providing important information at a glance.
Envelope Design black and white
There are several design options for the text on these envelopes. A gold insert cannot be added to the black envelopes. This is the closest to a traditional calligraphy design.
Envelope Design black,white and gold
This envelope option is slightly more expensive than the solid black. Again a variety of pre-existing styles exists. I've only chosen a couple I felt matched best with the card.
VandM FRONT Final Invite in Minted Cart.
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