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Lisa

Hello there!

I am finalising the wording for my wedding invitations and can't decide on one point - it's driving me mad! Is it correct to say:
Mr and Mrs x request the pleasure of the company of xxx at the marriage of their daughter Lisa TO Ryan Golden.
OR should it be:
Mr and Mrs x request the pleasure of the company of xxx at the marriage of their daughter Lisa WITH Ryan Golden.

"to" sounds better - but something tells me "with" is correct... I hope you can help!
Many thanks
Lisa

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