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Couple and Parents Hosting

When both the couple and parents are both hosting the event, you can sometimes just simplify the wording. “Together with our parents” or “together with our families” are great phrases to include in your invitation wording. You may or may not list the parents’ names on the invitation, depending on space. Here are some examples:

. . . . . . . . . .

Together with our parents, we

Jane Elizabeth O’Hara


John Humphrey McKinley

invite you to share with us

a celebration of love.

We will marry

at four o’clock in the afternoon

on Sunday, the twenty-fourth of May

two thousand and fifteen

Triangle Presbyterian Church

1234 Some Street

City, State

Celebration to follow with dinner and festivities

. . . . . . . . . .

Jane Elizabeth Schultz


John Humphrey Silberman

together with their parents

Michael and Stella Schultz


Jack and Margaret Silberman

invite you to share their happiness

as they exchange marriage vows

and begin their new life together

on Sunday, the fifteenth of February

two thousand and fifteen

Beth El Synagogue

1234 Some Street

Durham, NC

Reception to follow with buffet dinner and dancing

. . . . . . . . . .

Please share our joy

at the wedding of

Jane Elizabeth

daughter of Anne and Michael Smith


John David

son of Phillip and Carmen Johnson

on Sunday, November eighth

two thousand and fifteen

at eight o’clock in the evening

Fabulous Country Club

1234 Some Avenue

City, State

Dinner and dancing to follow