Types of Invitations

Wedding Invitation
Since the sealing rooms in the temple do not generally hold more than 50 people, you will have a limited number of people you can invite to the actual temple ceremony. Often, the easiest and most inexpensive way to let family and friends know that they are invited to the ceremony is to have an enclosure card in your invitation.

Invitation to Temple Ceremony
The honor of your
presence is requested
at the wedding ceremony
in the Washington D.C. Temple
on Saturday
the eighth day of August
at eight-forty in the morning.
Please arrive one half hour early.

Wedding Breakfast/Dinner Invitation
Often couples will have a nice meal to celebrate with their family and closest friends. If this is separate from the reception, you will probably want to use another enclosure card in your invitation. If the breakfast is following the temple ceremony and everyone attending the ceremony is invited to the breakfast, you can combine the two cards for both purposes.

Invitation to both Temple Ceremony and meal
The honor of your presence
is requested
at the wedding ceremony
in the Las Vegas Temple
on Saturday the tenth of April
at ten o'clock in the morning.
A breakfast will be held
immediately following
at the Georgetown Marriott

Invitation to Wedding Breakfast/Luncheon/Dinner
You are invited to
attend the wedding luncheon
in the Bonneville Room of the
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
following the ceremony
at eleven o'clock

Enclosure card
Enclosure cards are smaller than the invitation but made of the same paper stock. These cards can communicate many things: an invitation to the temple ceremony or wedding breakfast and even give directions to the reception.
Reception Invitation
Invitations should go out to anyone you want to attend the reception. R.S.V.P. can be printed in the lower left-hand corner if a response set is not enclosed in the invitation. If you are having more than one reception, you can format the information in two columns at the bottom of the invitation.

By Both Bride's and Groom's Families
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Pollmann
are pleased to announce
the marriage of their daughter
Lori Dawn Pollmann
Ryan David Sanders
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sanders
on Saturday the eighth Day of August
nineteen-hundred and ninety-nine
in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple.
You are cordially invited to attend a
reception held in their honor.

Saturday, August 8 Saturday, August 22
6:30-8:30 PM 7:30-9:30 PM
The Lion House Sanders' Home
63 East South Temple 6301 Oreana Drive
Salt Lake City, UT Boise, ID