If you stick with this, your love for these newlyweds will shine through your greeting.
Examples: For those that know you best and whom you know best, you’ll want to create an over the top wedding wish.
A wedding invitation qualifies as one of those exciting mailbox treasures, you know, the ones where you can’t help but smile as you run your fingers over the envelope? Since receiving your invite and getting a sneak peek into the big day, you have most likely been counting down the days until “I, do.” Along with marking days off the calendar, you’ve sent back your pre-printed wedding response card, selected a gift from the registry and have decided that a shopping trip is in your near future.
As if having to pick out a wedding day outfit wasn’t hard enough, you’ve also been tasked with writing a wedding card message to the soon to be Mr. Remind us who said being a wedding guest wasn’t hard work?
Examples: If you think a funny wedding card message will put a smile on the bride and groom’s faces then go ahead and write something laugh-worthy.
Just proceed with caution, you don’t want your wedding message to come off as sarcastic or insincere.
If you’re feeling pressured to say the perfect words, just don’t.
Follow step one from above and pick one of your favorite congrats messages below or add them to your own words to get started on your wedding card.
In all actuality, drafting the perfect wedding message doesn’t have to be difficult at all.
With a few tips, tricks, do’s and don’ts you will be on your way to crafting personalized wedding wishes that shine a spotlight of love on the couple and their one-of-a-kind happily ever after.
Think about the couple’s religious beliefs and views before you begin writing your card.
Use their practices to guide your religious wedding wishes. Wish him or her well on their new journey with their other half with the perfect greeting.