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The wording and level of formality of a party invitation depends on the formality of the event. A formal invitation may begin with "You are cordially invited to" or "Please join us for." It may also start with the names ... 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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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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The wording of a wedding invitation is formal. It typically includes six major pieces of information: the name of the host, the names of the betrothed, the date of the wedding, the venue of the wedding, and the geographi... More »

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To invite someone to a wedding, it is best to send an invitation to the event. There are many different styles of invitations, from basic written invitations to formal invitations with an elegant style. Video invitations... More »

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The correct etiquette for party invitations varies depending on the occasion for the party and the formality of the event. Whether the host of the event or the invited guest, there is a responsibility to adhere to certai... More »

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