Silver Wedding Invitation Wording Ideas

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Silver Wedding Invitation Wording Ideas
Silver wedding invitations can be deep and meaningful (wedding rings image by Antonio Oquias from Fotolia.com)

A silver wedding anniversary provides an opportunity to celebrate a love that has endured for 25 years. Locating the perfect venue, creating the menu and finalising the last-minute details all play crucial roles in planning this special event. However, choosing the appropriate wording for your silver wedding invitation provides your guests with a personal insight into you as a couple and sets the tone for the planned festivities of this significant life milestone.

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Get help

Penning original and moving prose can elude even the most sentimental at heart. If you suffer a from writer's block while putting together your invitation verses, get some help. Online resources like invitationconsultants.com and lcipaper.com offer a variety of invitations along with examples of appropriate wording for silver wedding anniversaries.

Something borrowed

If you and your beloved would like an invitation with more a meaningful touch, borrow something from the past. Incorporate lines from your original vows, lyrics from your first dance song or even vignettes of poetry or religious pieces read on your wedding day. These personal affects will resonate with new family and friends as well as those who celebrated with you a quarter century ago.

The details

Keep in mind that besides proclaiming your everlasting love for each other, your invitation also should inform guests of the practical details of your silver wedding celebration. Invitations of any sort have specific etiquette guidelines regardless of whether the party is a black-tie function or backyard barbecue. Sites like announcingit.com can help you achieve proper invite protocol regarding venue and dress code and even assist with tactful ways to handle the issue of whether guests can bring their children.

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