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My question is how to include that we are having a "Nuptial Mass" and "uniting in the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony". hosted by us. Suggestions?
Jul 24th 2013 new
1. If it's a Catholic wedding, it kind of goes without saying that there will be Mass. Unless you have lots of non-Catholic guests, I don't see that you'd have to expressly mention it.
2. If you and your intended are hosting, rather than parents, I would simply go to a stationery store that does invitations and look through the sample books for ideas. (I would also have them do the printing...wouldn't be bothered doing that myself. two cents)
Jan 8th 2014 new
Though it's been awhile since the original post, for others' reference...

The honor of your presence is requested
at the Nuptial Mass uniting
Bride
and
Groom
in the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony...

This is an easy possibity I received recently when there were too many divorced and deceased parents to list all.

Just to mention, a Catholic wedding no longer implies a Mass, as one response said. Plenty of Catholics are married in a liturgy that does not include the Eucharist.
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