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Question: I am divorced mother of the groom paying for some of the wedding along with the married parents of the bride. How should the invitation read? I am having a problem with "together with their parents" since there has been no contact at all for years with former husband and father of the groom. Together with parents seems to me to be saying mother and father of bride and mother and father of groom. I am very concerned and upset with this. I love my future daugher-in-law and she is willing to help me out somewhat. What words can be used?

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