A Formal Response Mr and Mrs Smith accept with pleasure your kind invitation for Saturday, 7th July. Dear Mr and Mrs Morrison, Thank you for the kind invitation to your wedding . Is there a gift registry? Thank you very much. Thank you very much for the invitation .
Thank you. Thanks for the invitation . That is so kind of you. Thanks for thinking of us. I’m not sure whether I can but I’ll check my calendar and let you know. Perhaps I can make it. Let me check my calendar. Perhaps I can reschedule something. I will see what I can do.
Assuming you ‘ve sent your invitations out in time (at least six to eight weeks before your wedding ), then give your guests four or five weeks to RSVP. This is plenty of time for people to figure out if they want/are able to attend your wedding , as well as figure out any necessary travel arrangements.
Traditionally, the date and time should be spelled out in full. For example , if your ceremony is on September 15, 2021, at 4:30 p.m., the wording should read, “Saturday, the fifteenth of September, two thousand twenty-one, at half after four in the afternoon.”
In standard English usage, it’s more correct to say , “ thanks for the invitation ,” or, “ thanks for inviting me.” To say , “ thanks for the invite ,” is not correct because “ invite ” is a verb and, in when it comes to invitations, you’re thanking the person for the act of “ inviting ” (gerund) or for the invitation , itself,
Examples “Couldn’t be happier for you!” “Wishing you every happiness together!” “ Congratulations on your marriage and best wishes always!” “Here’s to the love that brought you together!” “I knew the love you had was something special. “I love to see two people who deserve happiness so much find it with each other.
To accept an invitation to an informal party / dinner, you can write: “Thanks for your invitation / invite . I’d love to come.” “Thank you for inviting me to dinner.
I’m pleased to meet you
It is a great pleasure to receive your invitation . Thank you for your invitation . How do you say thank you professionally? Thank you so much. Thank you very much. I appreciate your consideration / guidance / help / time. I sincerely appreciate … My sincere appreciation / gratitude / thanks . My thanks and appreciation.
It’s meant to begin the recipient’s response. The letter M is simply the beginning of the person’s title — Mr., Miss, Mrs. and Ms. — which would then be followed by the person’s name.
Etiquette says that invitations should be sent eight weeks before the wedding. That gives four to five weeks to respond, so you can make your RSVP date three to four weeks before the wedding.
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Tradition dictates that the bride’s name always comes first , whether on save the date cards , wedding invitations or anything else. This is because the bride’s parents are usually the hosts, paying a greater share of the expenses.