Engagement Leave Letter

Getting engaged is a big event in any culture. The engagement it self might be a private affair, but it still warrants the presence of your close friends and family and a small celebration. If you are getting engaged in the coming future, you will need to apply for a leave from work so that you can prepare for the big day without any hassle.

Here we will show you how to write an engagement leave letter and will also provide you with samples and a template that you can refer to when writing your own custom leave letter.

Tips for Writing an Engagement Leave Letter

  • Clearly mention the date of engagement and the dates you will be taking off on.
  • You don’t necessarily have to give a detailed reason if its your own engagement.
  • Make sure you name someone to cover for you while you are gone.
  • Give a date of return if possible.

 

Instructions

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    Sample of an Engagement Leave Letter #1


    To:
    William Allen
    Head of Marketing
    ABC Advertising company
    123 Commercial Lane
    London, UK

    From:

    Brian White
    Marketing executive

    Date: July 5, 2011

    Dear Mr. Allen,

    As I told you earlier, me and my partner have decided to get engaged and I will be throwing an engagement party to celebrate with my family and friends on July 21. Hence, I will require 2 days off on July 19 and July 20 to prepare and organize the event.

    I have a couple of leaves remaining in my yearly balance, and would like to utilize them for this engagement leave. I will be gone only 2 days and do not have any urgent tasks in the office that need immediate attention. However, if there are any questions, I can be reached on my cell phone.

    Thank you in advance for your understanding.

    Regards,
    (Signature)
    Brian White

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    Engagement Leave Letter Sample #2


    To:
    Paul Clark
    Floor Manager
    Big Electronic Store
    Shop 4, Large Mall
    New York, New York

    From:

    Edward Paul
    Salesperson – Electronics

    Date: April 2, 2010

    Mr. Clark,

    I am writing to you today to request an engagement leave from April 5 to April 6. I will be traveling back to my hometown to celebrate the event with my family and will need the two days off to make my trip.

    I am currently working on two projects, including the state government tenders for Computers and printers. I have completed all the required paperwork but would request that Frank Gill take care of the submission of the documents in my absence.

    Regards,
    (Signature)
    Edward Paul

  • 3

    Template of an Engagement Leave Letter


    To:
    (Manger Name)
    (Manger's job designation)
    (Company name)
    (Company address)

    From:

    (Employee Name)
    (Employee Job designation)

    (Date)

    RE: (Subject of letter)

    Dear (Manager's last name),

    I am writing this letter to formally request a (Number of days) leave on account of my engagement, which is going to be held on the (Date of engagement). I will be needing the leave in order to properly prepare for the function, and will appreciate it very much if you approve my request.

    There is no pending work on my end, and I have asked Roger Willis to cover for me during my absence.

    Kindly let me know if you have any concerns.

    Regards,

     

    (Signature)
    (Employee name)

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