Do you put bride’s last name on invitation?
Last names aren’t needed for the bride or groom if their parents are listed on the invitation. Typically, wedding invitations include the first and middle names of both the bride and groom, and the first, middle and last names of the bride and groom if parents aren’t listed.
Do you put Registry on bridal shower invitations?
What should you include in the invitations? A bridal shower invitation should include the basics, like date, time, location, dress code, and RSVP information. Many bridal showers involve a gift exchange, so consider putting wedding registry information on the invite as well.
Who pays for bridal shower invitations?
Today it’s the maid of honor and bridal party or the bride or groom’s mother who throws the bridal shower. Typically, whoever throws the event is the one must cover the costs. Often, the maid of honor and her fellow bridesmaids throw the bridal shower and pay for it, and the mother of the bride contributes.
Do you put return addresses on bridal shower invitations?
Proper etiquette for addressing bridal shower invitations should also be followed when it comes to the return address. A return address should always be included on wedding shower invitations so that undelivered invites can be accounted for.
What is the wedding invitation etiquette?
Wedding invitations should include the full names of the couple getting married, those of the hosts (if they’re different), and the place and time of the ceremony—that’s it. These invites, by Epoch Designs, do just that.
Do grooms parents go on invitation?
It is very common to name the groom’s parents at some stage on the invite. This is the polite and proper thing to do if they’ve helped you pay for your big day. Some modern couples don’t like the formality of traditional wedding invitation etiquette.
What is a floating bridal shower?
A time is given, say 2:00 – 4:00pm and guests can come anytime during and stay just minutes or longer (float). Refreshments are available during the whole designated time. It eliminates the need of games or other intertainment.