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Ann’s just recently added several blended family wedding invitation verses to our selection, hoping to capture the love and meaning behind becoming one family. See below for a few of our favorites and be sure to look at all the options when personalizing your wedding invitations.

Blending Families through Marraige

Couples with children from a previous marriage or relationship are often looking for meaningful ways to bring their children into the wedding ceremony. Consider having the children “host” the wedding. The wedding invitation wording could look something like this:

[child’s name]

and

[child’s name]

invite you to the ceremony

that will make them brother and sister

and that will make their parents

[bride’s name]

and

[groom’s name]

husband and wife

on [day, month]

[year]

[location]

[address]

[city, state]

 

Wedding invitation wording is also an excellent way to recognize children. Here are a few of our favorites!

 

What a beautiful day it will be

when the woman of my heart becomes my wife

and the child/children I love become part of my life

[bride’s name] and [groom’s name]

invite you to share in the beauty of a ceremony

that will unite them in marriage

and complete the adoption of

[child’s/children’s names here]

Please share their joy at the creation of their new family

on [day, month]

[year]

at [time]

[location]

[address]

[city, state]

 

It is not our task to question

the circumstances that have formed our lives,

only to give thanks for the steps we have taken

down the path that brought us together.

[bride’s name] and [groom’s name]

along with

[child, children’s names]

invite you to share in their joy

as they are married

and create a new family

on [day, month]

[year]

at [time]

[location]

[address]

[city, state]

You can also create a custom verse of your own. Take a look through the many verses we have to offer, and use those examples to create something heartfelt and unique for your blended family situation.

We also LOVE the idea of a unity sand ceremony for the blending of families! See if this is a good option for your big day by reading Is the Unity Sand Ceremony right for your wedding?

 

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