Vow renewals are a special occasion because they showcase the love shared between two people that has stood the test of time. If you have decided to say "I do" once again, showcase the right sentiment on your invitations. Here are a few creative touches for these type of wedding invitations:
If you want to set the tone of a lighthearted mood for your vow renewal ceremony, do so on the card. Above the date and time of the event, write something like "Let's Eat, Drink and be Remarried." Or you can start with card with joke that your friends and family members will understand and appreciate.
Some elegant wedding invitations are all about emotion and love. If you want to send your guests this type of card, write something like "After 30 years of marriage, John and Beth are still madly in love."
Some couples prefer a casual approach to their cards. In this case you might want to put "We Still Do!" on the cards. Opt for a block typeface for the heading and a simple, streamlined font for the contact information.
Informal invites - If you want a low-key party, send save-the-date cards instead of the more formal invitation. You'll be able include all the necessary information - like the date, time and location - while conveying your sentiments as well.
Hosting for your parents - If you are hosting for your parents, you can note that on the invitations. Simply write "Laurie and Joseph invite you to share in the happiness of their parents David and Sheila Smith." This shows that all members of the family are a part of the celebration.