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Writing a 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement

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Being married for 50 years is worth celebrating. This page has tips and examples for writing a 50th wedding anniversary announcement.


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July 27, 20100 found this helpful

I am looking for wording for a 50th Anniversary announcement for the paper. It will not be used in an invitation.

By Karen


Writing a 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement

How about: The children of John A. and Jane (maiden name) Doe happily announce their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. John and Jane were married on xx/xx/xxxx in (name of town or church and town) by (minister name). They have been blessed with x children, (list names and spouses) and x grandchildren (list names if you want). John worked as (or is retired from) xxx; Jane worked as (or is retired from) xxx. John and Jane enjoy (list hobbies and interest).

You can elaborate as much as you want by listing the names of the wedding party, their parents names, etc. or leave out information such as their work histories, hobbies, etc.

Hope this helps. Congratulations to your parents. (05/29/2009)

By Betty Keith

Writing a 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement

It's not exactly the same thing, but you can find a form for writing a press release for the paper. All you have to do is fill in the data in the form (who/when/where/how, etc.) and the form will product a very professional announcement ready for printing. (05/28/2009)


By pam munro

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May 28, 20090 found this helpful

Where can I find a guide for writing an announcement for a 50th wedding anniversary? This would be for the paper and only as an announcement, not to be used as an invitation.

By anne


Writing a 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement

I have a saying you could include, as follows:

True love is neither physical, nor romantic.
True love is an acceptance of all that is, has been, will be, and will not be. (04/11/2009)

By vickie guy

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