Did you know that on a formal wedding invitation there are never abbreviations? Each word, including numbers must be spelled out (such as, “six o’clock in the evening”). Something else to note is that if you use the word “honour” in the invitation-”request the honour of your presence”, then the wedding ceremony will be held in a house of worship. If you are getting married in a hotel or other venue you would say “request the pleasure of your company”. The word “honour” is also spelled with a U, which is the proper English spelling.
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