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invitation wording reflect your overall theme and complement all aspects of your holiday party

Ensure Your Holiday Invitations Wordings are Creative and Appreciated

Celebrating the holiday seasons is one of the great joys of life as there is always so much to celebrate. Practically any occasion can be transformed into a holiday theme. For instance, if you're planning a birthday party during March, you could adopt a St. Patricks theme and include green little leprechauns with Irish beer and lucky clovers. A baby shower during October could include some ghosts, goblins, and maybe even a haunted house. And, during the cold wintry months of December, you will, of course, want to use a Christmas theme with snowmen, a Christmas tree, holiday decorations, and so on for your holiday party invitation cards. For these special themed events, you'll definitely want your holiday invitation wording reflect your overall theme and complement all aspects of your holiday party. For these reasons, we at Holiday-Invitations.com are proud to offer you exclusive use of our most creative and unique party holiday invitations wordings, sayings, and verse ideas to be used for your holidays throughout the years.

View The Type Holiday Party Invitations Wordings Needed

Business - Company - Corporate
Christmas Celebrations Cinco de Mayo Mexican Parties Easter Egg Hunt and Others
Halloween Celebrations Hanukkah Religious Mardi Gras Parties New Years Celebrations
Oktoberfest - Octoberfest Picnics -  Family Reunions St. Patrick's Day Gatherings Thanksgiving Party

Colorful Wording Ideas for Holiday Parties

Regardless of your holidays party style, either totally casual or sophisticatedly formal, there's one 'got to include' element that every invitation should include – the type and purpose of the party celebration. It's a bit incomplete to simple ask your invited guests to, say, 'you're invited to my Christmas party'. Those who receive your invites will probably be unsure if they should bring food, gifts, how to dress, and even if children are welcome. A better option could be something like, 'You are invited to the Thomas family Christmas small gift exchange." Attention to your beginning sentence should resolve most doubts, thus ensuring your celebration is off to a fun and successful beginning.

Formal Holiday Wordings Suggestions

If you are planning a formal holiday party and want to create wordings for these types invites, we offer some useful ideas. Begin with the name, such as 'Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson request the honor of your presence at their third annual Christmas holiday Ball'. Ensure the details are included such as the date, day, place, and time in just below the hostess name. You never should include information about party highlights, gifts, or dress codes in the formal invite. The formal fonts, wording, style, and nature of your stationary will provide guests with all the information they need.

Use complete words and no abbreviations, spelling out the day, date, year and so forth, as 'Saturday, December ninth, two thousand and twelve,' and not 'Saturday, December, 9, 2012'. Separate response cards are need if you want to confirm whether your invited guests will be attending, and these response cards, or RSVP cards, should be included with your invitations along with its own return address envelope, stamped, and reads 'Please respond by (date),' followed by two lines centered beneath the request. Begin the top line with the capital letter 'M' and ensure there is adequate space for your guest to insert his name, such as Mrs. Tyler. With the second line, you will have something similar to 'will / will not attend', which the invited guest should circle the appropriate choice before returning the reply. If directions are needed, they should be included in a small card that can fit easily in an evening purse or a man's wallet.

Semi-Formal Holiday Party Invite Wording Ideas

If you are planning a less formal type celebration, then your wordings should be polite but more relaxed, using such phrases as 'We invite you to join the Anderson family for Mardi Gras brunch'. For the dates, it is acceptable etiquette to write out all the dates and numbers or use standard Arabic numerals. However, whichever method you use, you should be consistent throughout your stationery card, such as 'Saturday, March 5, 2013' not 'Saturday, March fifth, 2013'. Your RSVP details may be included at the bottom, using courteous words like 'Please RSVP to Joan at 123-456-7890 by February 25, 2013'. If directions are needed, they can be included on a separate card or on the back of your invite.

We invite you to review our gigantic selection of wordings, sayings, verses, and quotes after deciding on the formality of your invite words. You'll find a wide variation in our database and of web pages dedicated to phrasing invites, not just for the Yuletide season, but for Mardi Gras, Hanukkah, Oktoberfest, New Year's, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and all the big holidays throughout the year. And, to ensure you already discounted cards are as affordable as possible, we offer 10 free cards and free shipping.

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