Wedding Invitations: Wedding Invitations _ as the name suggests is an official pamphlet stating that so and so is getting wedded to so and so. Fine now that I gave a definition, is it OK if you just type the details of wedding in a paper and give to all? Thumbs down. Wedding invitations are a part of wedding etiquette; it generally depicts the family status in those generations. Even now people who get arranged marriage have wedding invitations customized to show off their status and power; on the flip side, a wedding invitation is a treasure to be preserved by us and our close ones for rest of our lives. It is a memory to be cherished forever.
The Groom's parents are issuing the invitation: Use the wording as above but include the bride's surname: i.e. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Brown request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of Sally Smith to their son John The couple are paying for their own wedding: They may still wish to issue the invitation on behalf of Sally and/or John's parents or if not, they use their own first and last names.