Tough to Say ~ Rehearsal Dinner Invitation Wording

I am constantly struggling with clients to find the right words for their rehearsal dinner invitations. How do you make a completely practical ceremony rehearsal sound elegant, without cluttering the invitation with addresses and times?





This invitation found a perfect solution. With the banner on top lightening the mood and declaring it a “celebration,” the rest of the wording goes as follows:

Please join us for the ceremony rehearsal
Thursday, the eighteenth of November
at half past five in the evening
St. Anthony of Padua Church
followed by a dinner honoring

Alex & Adam

at half past seven in the evening
at Kemoll’s Restaurant
Top of the Met
#1 Metropolitan Square
Saint Louis, MO 63102
Please RSVP to
Karen Hilkenkamp

By changing the type treatments, it’s a perfect solution to a clutter-free invitation!

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3 responses to “Tough to Say ~ Rehearsal Dinner Invitation Wording

  1. So glad I don’t have to worry about this as a photographer! ;) Good advice though!

  2. Lucky duck is right! Although taking pictures for these blog posts constantly reminds me- I’m SO glad I don’t have to worry about being a photographer! :) Haha!

  3. Alexandra

    So Beautiful!! They look so elegant! Can’t wait to see you too!

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