When it comes to wording your beach wedding invitations you want to come up with something that sounds great but that also conveys the location. Perhaps wording that says something like:

Start writing your toast

Because Anne and Mike

Will wed at the coast

On July 18, 2007

Fisherman’s Pier

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina

Of course, that’s a very casual wording for wedding invitations and you might be looking for something that is a little more formal or not so much of a rhyme. You can go for a custom wedding invitation that is considerably more formal like traditional wedding invitation cards are. Here is a more formal example:

Mr. and Mrs. John Jones request the honor of

Your presence at the marriage of their daughter

Tiffany Rose


Jeremy Scott Smith

The fifth day of January

Two thousand and seven

At Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Perhaps this isn’t your style either, and that is ok. Feel free to make up a beach themed invitation that is worded just the way you want. You may also search the Internet for other examples that you might use. Some people are exceptionally worried about etiquette and following it to a tee. If this sounds like you then use the web and wedding books to guide you when it comes to writing your own wedding invitations. If you don’t particularly care then write them whatever way makes you happy. Just keep in mind it is your wedding day and following at least a little bit of invitation etiquette is a good idea and something you won’t regret a few years down the road.

If you want something one of a kind that nobody else has ever had then consider hiring a poet to write your wedding invitations in a way that follows all the rules of etiquette but that also reflect your love for one another and your personalities. This could be a really fun way to have super special wedding invitations that nobody else has or will ever have. It might take a while to find somebody who could capture just what you want to say in a poetic way, but if this sounds like something you like then it really might be worth the effort. If you are working on a deadline though try and just find some wording you like and have the invitations printed as quickly as possible. You don’t want your guests to make other plans because you were worried about the invitation wording and didn’t get them out soon enough!