Examples of catchy phrases for party invitations include: "Cheers," "Let them eat cake!" and "Let the Bubbly Flow!" More specific examples might include "Hot diggity dog" for a BBQ party or, for a bowling party, "Let's get things rolling - with an afternoon of bowling!"Continue Reading
A popular catchy phrase that can be adapted for many "milestone" birthday invitations (that is, 30, 40, 50 and so forth) is: "Oh no - say it isn't so... The big 3-0!"
Such phrases can be used as a punchy opening to invitations, then followed by more details on the event, date, location and contact details for sending RSVPs or "regrets."Learn more about Invitations
How far in advance to mail invitations to a party depends on what kind of party or event is planned. Mailing ranges can be from as little as two weeks to as long as eight weeks.Full Answer >
Women can wear a variety of elegant, yet simple, outfits to a tea party. During warm weather days, tea party dresses are popular attire, often accompanied with accessories.Full Answer >
The website GreetingsIsland.com features dozens of free templates for party invitations. Users can easily sort through the site's inventory by type of party, popularity or date added.Full Answer >
"Just a quick reminder that the party is this week" works well as an informal wording for a party reminder. Other possible wordings include "Don't forget that the party is tomorrow at 7:00 p.m." or, "We're looking forward to seeing you at the party next week."Full Answer >