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What does request the honor of your presence mean?
The phrase ‘request the honor/honour of your presence’ is used for religious ceremonies held in a church, temple, or another place of worship. Either the American or British (with a ‘u’) version is acceptable. For non-religious venues, it is appropriate to say ‘request the pleasure of your company.
Is it right to write Mr Mrs?
To a Married Couple With the Same Last Name For a heterosexual couple, use “Mr.” and “Mrs.” and spell out the husband’s first and last name. For a same-sex couple, either name can go first. Many modern women may have a strong aversion to having their name left out and lumped in with their husbands. Inner envelope: “Mr.
What is right Mrs and Mr or Mr and Mrs?
You’re right that the traditional address wording is “Mr. and Mrs. John Doe”, only using the husband’s first name. It’s completely appropriate to include the wife’s first name as well — it’s not tacky, it’s gracious.
Can I have the pleasure of your company?
We ask the pleasure of your company – is fine and okay! Asking for the company in this way is quite common in an invitation card. That’s asking for gratifying the hosts. Pleasure (n) – The state or feeling of being pleased or gratified.
Should you use honor or Honour on a wedding invitation?
“Honour” and “favour” are the British spellings of “honor” and “favor.” Some feel the British spellings are more formal and dignified. However, the choice is yours. Just be sure to stay consistent throughout the entire wedding invitation ensemble.
What is the right way to write Mr and Mrs?
Married couples who both use the husband’s last name should be Mr. and Mrs. followed by his first and last name (Mr. and Mrs.
How is Mr and Mrs written?
Address a married couple using “Mr.” and “Mrs.” followed by the shared last name. For example, “Mr. and Mrs. Doe.”
What order is Mr and Mrs?
A widowed woman is also referred to as Mrs., out of respect for her deceased husband. Some divorced women still prefer to go by Mrs., though this varies based on age and personal preference. Traditionally, this title would accompany the husband’s title, first and last name (Mr. and Mrs.
Do you have to say reception to follow on wedding invitation?
The U in honor is optional and based on personal preference. If the wedding ceremony and reception are held at the same venue, a separate line is added to the bottom of the invitation. The most common choices are: “Reception to follow”, “Dinner and Dancing to follow”, or “Cocktails, Dinner and Dancing to follow”.