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This Party Tip submitted by BizGirl - Dec 22nd, 2008
The Best Wording for Christmas Party Invitations
Formulating attractive wording for Christmas party invitations adds excitement, provides the required details, and increases the chance that people attend. The invitation’s appearance and wording gives your guests a glimpse of the event’s festivities and what they will experience if they choose to attend. Here are some examples of what to write and what not to write:
What not to write-
Example 1- Classy Holiday Christmas Party on December 18 at 7pm. Join us for food, wine, and karaoke. Please bring a white elephant gift. The address is 123 N. Chestnut Street. Looking forward to seeing you. Please RSVP by December 10.
Example 2- Come join me for a cookie exchange on December 19 at 12pm. Bring an empty stomach and 2 dozen cookies to 123 N Chestnut Street. Please RSVP by December 10.
What to write-
Example 1- It’s Holiday Christmas Party time! Dress to impress on Saturday, December 18th at 7pm. Experience fabulous food, wine, karaoke, and the best dessert in town. Bring an elephant gift to exchange (under $20) and your singing voice. Prizes awarded. 123 N Chestnut Street (555) 222-1212. Please RSVP by December 10th.
Example 2- It’s a Cookie Exchange Party! Sunday, December 19th at noon. Dine on a delicious lunch, exchange cookies, and mingle. Bring 2 dozen of your favorite homemade cookies and the recipe. Comfy clothes recommended. 123 N Chestnut Street (555) 222-1212. Please RSVP by December 11th.
With these examples of wording for Christmas party invitations you’ll entice, captivate, and inform your guests. Have a happy holiday!
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