Wedding Invitations in Different Languages

Did you know that at B Studio Wedding Invitations, we are able to print stationery in multiple languages?

Well, if you didn’t, you do now! All you have to do is provide us with the wording in the language(s) of your choice. (Don’t forget to triple check it to ensure that all the wording is correct!).

Some couples opt to have one invitation with multiple languages printed on different sides of the card whereas some choose to send out separate invitations printed with the various different languages.

Sweet Petite by B Studio Invitation Collection- English & French wording

This week, we have been working on a special order for a lovely bride-to-be whereby half of the stationery was printed in English and half in French. Our bride-to-be ordered wedding invitations, tin boxes and RSVP card sets from our Sweet Petite stationery range and we also created custom-made bonbonniere tags for her, displaying wording in both English and French! See above!

These days, it isn’t too uncommon to find couples sending bilingual (and even trilingual) wedding invitations to their guests! This often happens when the bride and groom are from different cultural backgrounds, and is a special way to ensure both sides of the family feel welcome and included in the couple’s wedding festivities.

However, being apart of different cultural backgrounds is not a necessity for sending out wedding invitations in different languages. Some couples who have a special connection with a different culture other than their own, choose to send out invitations in this language, as it is something which is meaningful and holds significance to them.

Are you be sending out invitations in different languages for your big day? Let us know!

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  1. [...] It has been a delight working with Florianne over the past 2 years, beginning with organising her Save the Date cards and then finally working on creating the matching invitations, menus, bomboniere cards and place cards. The couple used both English and French on their stationery and their invitation and bomboniere tag was actually featured in one of our previous posts (click here) [...]

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