Funny Wedding Invitations Top 20 Hilarious Cards

Time for change
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Check out these hilarious wedding invitations found on Pinterest what a great way to start your special day with a little sense of humor!

Free booze
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More booze
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Better late than never
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We like to party
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If you’ve got nothing better to do
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Time to prove a point
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Seriously?
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If only we could believe you
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Who could resist
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Feedback required
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Specially for kids
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Will decline to respond but ultimately attend of course
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Bells always cause this sort of problem
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Who wants to go to Mexico anyway?
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The perfect choices for a perfect wedding

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Enthusiastically decline
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I’m in your wedding party… Idiot
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We’re all in the mood to dance
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Grande Central, such a romantic place
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Funny Wedding Invitations

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Wedding Invitation History

It is the normally considered the duty of the mother of the bride to send invitations on behalf of the bride’s family either by sending them herself or having them arranged to be sent on her behalf with the help of relatives or friends to select the guests and mail the invitations by post.

Origins from the past

Prior to the invention of the moveable-type printing press in 1447 weddings in England were typically announced by means of a Town crier (a man who would walk through the streets announcing in a loud voice the news of the day). Traditionally anyone who could hear the town crier would automatically be included in the wedding the celebration.

In the Middle Ages, illiteracy was widespread, so the practice of sending written invitations started and become popular for the rich and the people of social rank . Wealthy families would commission monks who were very skilled in the art of Calligraphy to hand write their invitations. These documents would often carried the Coat of arms or the personal crest of the individual and were sealed with wax.