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The wording for corporate invitations, especially those addressed to prospective clients, should be formal in tone and contain the necessary information about the event. A less formal tone is often used for intra-company... More »

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Use phrases such as "Christmas comes but once a year, let's get together for some holiday cheer!" or "You're invited for some holiday cheer to celebrate this special time of year!" to begin a Christmas party invitation. ... More »

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Some examples of wording in wedding invitations include "request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter," "request the pleasure of your company," "invite you to share in their joy" and "invite you t... More »

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According to About.com, every wedding invitation requires the same basic information, including who is getting married, where the wedding is occurring, the date and time of the wedding and when RSVPs are required. If the... More »

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First, decide what type of invitation to send and the wording on the invitation. Include the date, time and location of the party as well as what the theme is and how to R.S.V.P. Then decorate and deliver the invitation. More »

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Appropriate wording for inviting others to a business lunch varies depending on the purpose of the lunch and intended audience, but should include basic information, such as the reason for the lunch, important issues to ... More »

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Written invitations to meetings can vary in style and tone depending on whether they are addressed to colleagues or clients, but they should always include the reason for the invitation, the meeting location and time, an... More »

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