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Anonymous:“Come join us for
a dual celebration”
You are cordially invited to join us for Aartis’s wedding celebration and also for the launch of the new events company, Momentum. Grace the occasion by being a part of the beginning of the new beginnings
You are cordially invited for Aarti’s pre-wedding bash and also an occasion for the launch of the new events company, MOMENTUM. She seeks your blessings for embarking this new journey.
It depends entirely on how formal or informal you wish to be... but you have mixed these registers in both cases. Only suggestions:
You are cordially invited to a pre-wedding celebration of Aartis [and ?] and the inauguration of the new events company, MOMENTUM. Please join us for these new beginnings.
You are invited to Aarti’s pre-wedding bash and the launch of the new events company, MOMENTUM. Come fly with us!
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