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Tyanna
Super June 2019 British Columbia

Reception only invites

Tyanna, on December 22, 2018 at 01:05 Posted in Wedding reception 0 6
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We are doing a small(ish) ceremony but would like to open up our reception after dinner to a select number of guests. We will be doing reception-only invites but I'm wondering how you guys suggest I word it! Everything I'm seeing is about a "private" or "small" ceremony, when in reality we will have around 80 guests at the ceremony. Please help 😊😊😊

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  • Leah
    VIP April 2019 British Columbia
    Leah ·
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    “Intimate” is a nice alternative.
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  • Tyanna
    Super June 2019 British Columbia
    Tyanna ·
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    Love this idea! THank you 😍
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  • Peggy
    Super May 2019 Alberta
    Peggy ·
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    We did wedding crasher invites for reception only. Very much our sense of humor. Said Wedding Crashers Wanted.
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  • Kaisha
    Super March 2019 Nova Scotia
    Kaisha ·
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    I do not have any invitations in front of us but we basically said join us for our reception and an evening of dancing. The people only invited to the reception I have also talked to. This website also has some great wording ideas, https://www.brides.com/story/reception-only-wedding-invitation-wording

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  • Tori
    Top October 2019 Manitoba
    Tori ·
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    Here are a couple pictures that I would use as reference:

    Happily Ever After-PartyReception only invites 1

    Classy & Nothing to hideReception only invites 2

    My Favourite - YOU CAN'T COME TO OUR WEDDING.Reception only invites 3

    As well I found this site to have some options that were all pretty good - https://www.invitationsbydawn.com/content/reception-only-invitation-wording/

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  • Chelsea
    Beginner August 2019 Manitoba
    Chelsea ·
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    I'd put something along the lines of "join us for our reception! Toast the couple while you dance and laugh the night away!"
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