Getting engaged and to be married is a very important decision for anyone. Once the big decision is made, most couples want to share their happiness with the world. An engagement party is the norm and gives the family and friends of the couple to come together to congratulate the soon to be married pair. Setting up a party is never easy and can require planning and logistics to get all the people involved together and having fun. This can be even tougher for some one who has a full time job. In order to get everything ready in time an individual might need to take several days off from their office. This will require the permission of their boss. The best way to do this is to create an engagement leave letter and submit it for approval.
(Manger's job designation)
(Employee Job designation)
RE: (Subject of letter)
Dear (Manager's last name),
As you have heard, I have become engaged this past week. I will be throwing an engagement party to celebrate with my family and friends on (Date of engagement or party). I will require (number of leave days needed) days off from (Dates of leave) to prepare and organize the event.
I have several days still left as part of my annual leave 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 needs immediate attention. However, if there are any questions, I can be reached on my cell phone.
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
(Supervisor's job title)
(Your full name)
(Supervisor's last name with job designation),
I am writing to you today to request an engagement leave from (Dates of leave). 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 (name of tasks/projects). I have completed all the required paperwork but would request that (name of co-worker/replacement) take care of the submission of the documents in my absence.