Wedding wishes should be written either formally, casually, humorously or religiously, and should match the couple to whom they refer. For most couples, it is okay to write the term "congratulations" on the wishes, but a... More »

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Some examples of wedding wishes include: "May your love continue to grow," "Wishing you a blessed eternal union," "I am happy to share in your joy on this day" and "May the years ahead be abundant in happiness.".More cas... More »

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Some good wishes for a daughter's wedding include expressing hope that the daughter's marriage brings her happiness and offering to continue to help the daughter with her life. Many parents also express good wishes by re... More »

Some good well-wishes for wedding cards include wishing the couple a long, happy marriage and hoping that they always love each other as much as they do on their wedding day. These wishes are appropriate for either a clo... More »

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A couple of good wedding wish ideas include writing a formal note, such as wishing for lifelong love and joy, or writing casual messages that mention the phrases ?best wishes? or ?congratulations on the wedding." A perso... More »

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When congratulating a newlywed couple, personalize your wishes and card to the couple, and include sentiments for their future. Choosing between a formal or casual card depends on the event and the couple, but showing yo... More »

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A wedding announcement can have any design or wording the couple wants, but the announcement is typically as formal as the wedding invitations. The announcement should include the names of the bride and groom, the weddin... More »

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