Their wedding is days, weeks or a few months away? It's the perfect time to send these happy last birthday before marriage wishes and quotes.
Is your sister getting married? Are you looking for the perfect message to say congratulations and that you wish her well in her new life? Don’t worry. We have you covered. Below are some sample short and long messages that you can use for her special day.
1: Congratulations on your wedding, sister. I wish you and your husband all the best as you begin your new life. I know that you two will be happy together.
2: To my favorite sister and her new husband, I hope that your life together is filled with happiness and joy. I look forward to having a new brother-in-law.
3: To my dear sister on her wedding day. I wish you every blessing as you start on the road ahead with your new husband. I love both of you very much.
4: So, you are getting married and moving out. I will miss you, but I know you will be happy with your new husband. By the way, can I have your room?
5: To my sister and my new brother-in-law. I hope that your life together is filled with every blessing and that you are very happy together. Congratulations on your wedding.
6: Congratulations on your marriage. You are both such wonderful people. I hope that all of your dreams come true as you begin this new journey.
7: To my baby sister on her wedding day. You were the little girl that always followed me around, and now you are all grown up. I wish both of you all the best. Congratulations.
8: As you begin your journey as a married woman, I wish you every blessing. I hope that you are happy in your life with your new husband. Congratulations to both of you!
9: It is not often that two people so perfect for each other get together. I am so happy for you. Blessings to both of you as you begin your life together. Congratulations on your wedding.
10: Your husband-to-be is so smart and good-looking. He is a great catch. I hope that your life together with him is a happy one. Congratulations on your wedding.
11: On your wedding day, I want to let you know how much I love you and how proud I am of you. You have grown from my bratty little sister to a beautiful young woman. Congratulations.
12: To my bossy big sister on her wedding day. I am going to miss you. I wish you and your new husband all the best as you start your life together.
13: As you begin your new life together as husband and wife, I wish both of you all the best. If either of you need anything along the way, please ask. Congratulations on your wedding.
14: To my little sister on her wedding day. There are many joys and challenges that come along with building a life together. I wish you and your new husband every happiness. Congratulations.
15: Congratulations to you and your new husband on your wedding day. I know that this day has been long in coming. I wish both you of every happiness and that all of your dreams come true.
16: Who would have thought that my sister would get married, and to such a wonderful guy? I hope that both of you will be very happy together. Congratulations.
1: Marriage is a journey of many joys and sorrows. Now you will be sharing them with your new husband. Both of you are wonderful people, and I know that you will be able to build a happy life together. Many blessings for now and for the future. Congratulations, dear sister.
2: To my little sister on her wedding day. It is hard to know what to say. You and I have shared many things together, and I have seen you grow into a confident young woman. You chose a good man to spend your life with, and I am happy to have him as my brother-in-law. Congratulations.
3: Congratulations on your wedding. As my older sister, you have looked after me in so many different ways. You have always been a source of good advice and a shoulder that I could lean on. I am very happy for you. Best wishes to you and your husband-to-be.
4: You and I have spent a lot of time together throughout the years. We have played and fought. You have been my best friend and my worst enemy. Now you will be starting a new life together with your husband. I wish you all the best. By the way, I will be thrilled if you make me an aunt.
5: Congratulations to you and your new husband on your wedding day. Does he know what he is getting into? Just kidding. I hope that the two of you are very happy together. I will miss you at home. Good luck!
6: Welcome to the world of married life, my sister. As you begin your life together with your new husband, I want you to know that I am here for you if you ever need anything. You are very important to me, and I love you. I wish both of you the best now and in the future.
7: I am so happy that you found such a wonderful man to spend your life with. I will be proud to call him my brother-in-law. I hope that both of you will be insanely happy together and that you have nothing but good fortune. Congratulations on your wedding!
8: As you begin your married life together, I want you to know just how lucky I feel to have you as my sister. I look forward to having a new brother-in-law. Take care of each other on your journey. I love you, and I wish you all the best for the future.
9: Congratulations on your wedding, dear sister. I hope that your new life is everything you could have ever hoped for. I am happy to be getting a new brother-in-law in the bargain. Many blessings for today and in the years to come.
10: As you celebrate your wedding day, I want you to know how much you mean to me, my dear sister. I am so happy that you have found someone so wonderful to spend your life with. I wish you well today and in the years to come. Congratulations.
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A wedding invitation qualifies as one of those exciting mailbox treasures, you know, the ones where you can’t help but smile as you run your fingers over the envelope? Score! Since receiving your invite and getting a sneak peek into the big day, you have most likely been counting down the days until “I, do.” Along with marking days off the calendar, you’ve sent back your pre-printed wedding response card, selected a gift from the registry and have decided that a shopping trip is in your near future. As if having to pick out a wedding day outfit wasn’t hard enough, you’ve also been tasked with writing a wedding card message to the soon to be Mr. and Mrs. Remind us who said being a wedding guest wasn’t hard work?
In all actuality, drafting the perfect wedding message doesn’t have to be difficult at all. With a few tips, tricks, do’s and don’ts you will be on your way to crafting personalized wedding wishes that shine a spotlight of love on the couple and their one-of-a-kind happily ever after.
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The perfect wedding card message should be tailored to the couple, full of sentimental value and crafted from the heart. With that being said, no two wedding card messages will be the same. If you’re feeling pressured to say the perfect words, just don’t. Our wedding card etiquette guide features easy to follow instructions and specific example messages to help you navigate through what to write in a wedding card.
Wishing a couple congratulations is often times an expression people choose to include in their wedding greetings. It serves as a supportive as well as celebratory way to let the couple know they did a great job finding their soulmate (awh.) Saying ‘congrats’ is appropriate never mind which side of the aisle you are sitting on once the ceremony starts. Whether you’ve been best friends with the bride for years and have just met the groom or know both parties all too well, you can never go wrong with a sincere wedding congratulations message. Follow step one from above and pick one of your favorite congrats messages below or add them to your own words to get started on your wedding card.
After the ceremony when the couple opens their wedding cards they are going to enjoy reading each card for various reasons, but most importantly, because of whom they are from. Be yourself as you are writing your wedding card and make sure that your personality shines. If you are more casual, there is nothing wrong with keeping your wishes short and sweet. Just make sure that you build upon your congratulations and say something charming.
You can also use your wedding wishes to mirror the theme of the ceremony. If floor length dresses, glistening chandeliers and lavish centerpieces are a few big day details, look into using one of these formal wedding wishes to express your happiness for the bride and groom.
If you think a funny wedding card message will put a smile on the bride and groom’s faces then go ahead and write something laugh-worthy. Just proceed with caution, you don’t want your wedding message to come off as sarcastic or insincere. Remember that a sentiment that may easily come across as a joke can be taken the wrong way on paper. With that being said, divorce jokes are off limits! Use your best judgement when writing your funny wedding wish and you’ll be well on your way to creating the perfect wedding card with a side of smiles.
Sharing a religious bond with the bride and groom can be the perfect way to tailor your wedding wishes. Think about the couple’s religious beliefs and views before you begin writing your card. Use their practices to guide your religious wedding wishes.
It’s not always just the happy couple who feels jitters as the day X approaches. Sometimes, the guests share the uneasy feeling about the ceremony and following the etiquette. Even what to write in a wedding card can be a struggle. Before you start overthinking the whole process, here are the suggestions to help you check off the right wordings from the list of “big deals” before the event.
Do it only if you are 100% sure it’s not offensive. Better give your best version for a “proofread” to one person at least. If no awkward questions resurface, then it’s a deal.
You can use these examples as they are or build a message upon them. Keep it short. If your message takes up too much space on the card, then it’s better to say your wishes in person. Stick to a smaller version for the card.
The titles of these groups are not limited. If you have a strong feeling to use the message from a “Friendly” section to congratulate your co-worker, then skip the etiquette and do so. Especially, if over the years of working together you’ve been through a lot and you are comfortable calling him/her a friend.
This also applies to a family section. Due to large distances and not being able to visit see your family often, the “Official” messages would fit better the type of relations you have. No need to feel uneasy about it. The main recipe of a perfect message is the words coming from the heart.
Jeff Blaylock has successfully combined creativity, writing and organizing skills in his career. As a calligrapher, he has developed a sense for the perfect wishes for any holiday, but weddings in particular. It’s been a natural shift for Jeff to move to develop wedding themes and styles. Currently, he is sharing his experience with wedding organization and creative ideas for the couple and guests of the weddings.
Below include wedding wishes for every occasion, plus tips on how to write Below are a few things to consider before crafting your message.
Right words are a subtle way to emphasize the real sentiments of a marriage. We bring you some of our favourite pre-wedding quotes and ideas to incorporate them.
One of the best ways to add in your couple personality to your pre-wedding festivities is by incorporating meaningful quotes. Whether from Shakespeare or a simple post-it from your significant other, these sayings can add a special touch to your events. We have rounded up some of our favourite pre-wedding quotes followed by some quick and easy ways to incorporate them into your big day. Get inspired!
Weddings these days are all about personalisation. Whether you are romantic at heart or a humorist couple, be inspired to personalise your events with a meaningful quote.
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