Write an Invitation Letter for a Wedding to your friend

For a Wedding (Informal Invitation)

Srinagar,

6 Jan, 19…

 

Dear Mr. and Mrs Kaul,

You will be happy to learn that our daughter, Rinku is engaged to Shri Manish Pandit, a Captain in the army. Shri Pandit’s parents were well-known to us when we served together in the Indian Embassy in Rome ten years ago. Manish is a handsome, moustached six-footer, a suitable match for our fiery daughter. Both are avid tennis players too.

The wedding has been fixed for 5 May, 19…, the best-time of the year in Srinagar. We are planning a trip with the guest to Pahalgaon and Sonmarg.

Please do come for the wedding. Let us know in advance if you wish us to arrange return reservations.

With love to your children.

Jaya & Avinash Kohli

13, Mall Road,

Srinagar.

Acceptance to above

 

Delhi,

16 Jan, 19…

Dear Mr. and Mrs Kohli,

Let us firs congratulate you on the wonderful match you have been able to find for Rinku. A beautiful and assertive daughter like yours can get along well only with a strong-willed army man. We well remember how on our last visit to your place, Rinku was firing the servants about their chores. She seemed to rule the roost.

I have already made reservations for our journey to Srinagar in May. As you know, booking is permitted well in advance and is done by computer now.

Let us know if we can bring anything along with us or if we can be of any other use to you at present.

With love to Rinku.

Yours sincerely,

Brinda and Pat Koul.

 

Non-acceptance of Wedding Invitation.

Delhi,

16 Jan, 19…

Dear Mr. and Mrs Kohli,

How exulted we have been since we received your letter about Rinku’s engagement can well be imagined from the deep regret we feel in expressing our inability to attend the marriage.

Our son Prakash whom you know is an engineer in the States has already fixed our visit and itinerary for the first birthday of his little daughter, Patsy. We have to leave in April end and will be away the whole of May. So God’s will does not seem to be that we should attend our dearest friend’s daughter’s marriage!

If there is anything we can do now or from the States do let us know. By helping you we shall feel relieved of the guilt of our not coming.

Yours sincerely,

Brinda and Pat Koul.

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