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I am in the process of putting together my invitation for Mexico as well as our AHR. I am sending a format invitiation to those going to mexico and then another version of an invitation to those just invited to our AHR. So do I word the AHR invite like ......"come celebrate our marriage" or "Jessica & Adam will be married on June 14th come and celebrate". (Will be more detailed but just an example)

How did those of your who are having a AHR word your invites to it? Thanks!

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I am in the process of putting together my invitation for Mexico as well as our AHR. I am sending a format invitiation to those going to mexico and then another version of an invitation to those just invited to our AHR. So do I word the AHR invite like ......"come celebrate our marriage" or "Jessica & Adam will be married on June 14th come and celebrate". (Will be more detailed but just an example)
How did those of your who are having a AHR word your invites to it? Thanks!

This is what we used for the AHR invitation:

Join us in celebrating the
marriage of our daughter,
BRIDE
to
GROOM
with a reception marking the
return from their wedding
in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
The reception will be held
xxxday, the xxx of June
at half past six oâ€clock in the evening
EVENT LOCATION
EVENT ADDRESS
Mr. and Mrs. xxx & xxx HOSTS

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I put something along the lines of

 

Amy ___ and Aaron ___

will be uniting in marriage on

May 10, 2008

in the Riviera Maya, Mexico

 

Please join us for a tropical reception celebrating their marriage on May 31, 2008 at _______

 

 

I have to put "will be uniting in marriage" because we will be mailing the invites out before the wedding so we can have a rough estimate on the # of guests that we will have at the AHR via RSVP.

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This is what we used for the AHR invitation:

Join us in celebrating the
marriage of our daughter,
BRIDE
to
GROOM
with a reception marking the
return from their wedding
in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
The reception will be held
xxxday, the xxx of June
at half past six oâ€clock in the evening
EVENT LOCATION
EVENT ADDRESS
Mr. and Mrs. xxx & xxx HOSTS
This is great...I was trying to add in Mexico somewhere but didn't know how to do it.

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I put something along the lines of

Amy ___ and Aaron ___
will be uniting in marriage on
May 10, 2008
in the Riviera Maya, Mexico

Please join us for a tropical reception celebrating their marriage on May 31, 2008 at _______


I have to put "will be uniting in marriage" because we will be mailing the invites out before the wedding so we can have a rough estimate on the # of guests that we will have at the AHR via RSVP.
Perfect! Thanks ladies!!

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