Christmas Party Invitation Wording Samples
Christmas is quickly approaching; we can just feel it in the air! This means it’s time to start planning your annual holiday party! One of the things that needs to be considered when planning a party is sending out those invitations to see who’s all coming.
Wording For Party Invitations
When it comes to party planning, it is important that invitations for such event are well-worded and that the details are crystal clear. Whether you’re sending out a memo blast for an office Christmas party, planning a family party at home, or anything in between, you need to think about what those invitations will say!
The purpose of invitations are to provide all of the necessary event info, but this doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with them! In fact, it’s probably better to have fun with the wording as it might just capture everyone’s attention with ease.
What to Include
Before I get into the example Christmas party invitation wording, here are some basic information you will need to include:
Theme: If there is a theme, what better place to begin applying it than the invitations? Everyone should know the theme ahead of time!
Who: Who is hosting the party? If it’s the same person each year they probably don’t need any special mention.
What: This is the Christmas party, of course! Give it a fun name or just call it a Christmas party. Hint: If there’s a theme, name the party using the theme!
When: Everyone will certainly need to know a date and time, wouldn’t you agree?
Where: Another crucial detail. Where is the event at? The office conference room? Your house? A church?
RSVP info: In order to keep track of guests, you’ll need to know who’s coming! Be sure to provide the name, phone number, and email address for people to contact. Also, include a self-addressed and stamped envelope if you will be mailing the invites.
Additional details: If there will be any special contests that people need to prepare for, such as gingerbread house or costume contests, include this vital piece of information on the invites.
Now that you have an idea of what information you should include in the invitations, it’s time to get into the fun part...examples!
Here are some Christmas party invitation wording examples:
Christmas time is here again
So let's gather together, friends!
It’s a Candy Cane Carouse
So bring your sippy cups of booze
Don’t forget to wear red and white
Show up at my house 7 at night
December 23rd, please RSVP by the 15th
By calling 555-5555
Ask for your hostess, me, Tracey!
1223 Main is the street,
Smallville is the city!
It’s that time again!
Our annual Jingle Bell Rock Out
will be held in the church fellowship hall
on December 22nd starting at 5pm.
A hot meal will be provided for dinner.
We ask that you bring a toy in lieu of admission!
Donations are also accepted at the door.
Please see Pete to RSVP for this event by December 10th
and to sign up for the Christmas Carol Choir
We hope to see you there!
Winter is finally here
Spreading that holiday cheer!
So let’s get together to stay toasty warm
at a Hot Cocoa Social!
Bring your mugs to my place, I’ll provide the rest
Come on, family, RSVP and be my guests!
Christmas Eve at 7:00 pm
RSVP by December 12th
Phone: 555-6789 or Email: SternH@exampleemail.com
P.S. Don’t forget to bring a wrapped gift for our traditional game of Dirty Santa!
Will you be hosting a Christmas party this year?
Sending Out Your Invitations
It will feel nice to get these invited out of the way, so once you get the wording that you are looking for, go ahead and make prints of the invites or begin making your digital invitations.
Keep in mind that if there is older people being invited, assume they don’t take well into computers and send them a nice, printed invitation.
Once you make that guest list and check it twice, and send out those beautiful invites, you will be one step closer to your anticipated event!