Can you choose any color you want? _ The color choices for your wedding invitations are vast. While it would be an overstatement to say that you can choose any color you want for your wedding invitations, it would be accurate to say that the selection of colors available for wedding invitations has never been greater. Between the different color selections of card stock, ink, ribbons and envelope linings, it is possible to make your wedding invitations 100% unique even if you are choosing only stock options.
Sally's parents are divorced but neither has re_married and are both hosting the wedding: Use the format above or if they prefer it, list Sally's mother's name on the first line and her father's on the second. Sally's parents have both remarried and are jointly hosting the wedding. Sally may wish to break with tradition and mention her step parents in which case Sally's mother and her husband's names should be on the first line with her father and his new wife's name on the second. Neither of Sally's parents is living: The invitation should be issued by whichever family member is hosting the wedding or by the couple themselves.