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What are some ideas for rehearsal dinner invitation verses?

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One idea for a rehearsal dinner invitation verse is, "In anticipation of the bride and groom's big day, we wouldn't celebrate any other way than in the company of our family and friends." Instead of bride and groom, the invite may have the actual names of the bride and groom. Another verse for the invitation is, "Practice makes perfect, it's true what they say. Please join us for a run-through before our big day!"

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A longer verse starts with, "The groom (or his name) popped the question and the bride (or her name) said 'Yes.' All the planning is over from the hall to the dress. Only one thing remains for this day to be great: Practice makes perfect." The verse continues with the date of the rehearsal followed by "is the date we'll practice the ceremony, and iron out the kinks, then it's off to the rehearsal venue for dinner and drinks."

Another short verse to put at the beginning of the rehearsal dinner invitation is, "Before them lies the open road and a future filled with love and adventure." Or, "Love thrives in a garden of patience and trust." If the parents of the bride or groom are throwing the rehearsal dinner, the beginning can start with the names of the parents followed by "request the pleasure of your company for dining and celebration honoring the bride and groom." Another way to do this is to put the parents' names followed by "kindly request your company at a Rehearsal Dinner on the eve of the marriage of the bride and groom."

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