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Dinner Party Invitation Wording
Just like every other aspect of your dinner party, the invitations too need to be perfect. That can happen only when your invite has the appropriate wording. This article will give you some examples, and also a guide on how you can draft a good one yourself.
"Planning a dinner party in a way that you're actually capable of getting it done without panicking is important. It's bad hospitality for the host to be freaked out."
― Ted Allen

Whatever be the form of party that you are hosting, be it a formal or informal one, there are certain things that have to be common to the invites. These include the host of the party, the venue, the occasion, and the date and time. You can also mention the theme of the party and also announce the dress code of the party, if any.

At the end of the invitation, it is also important to keep a slot for an RSVP so that the guest can confirm whether they are actually coming for the dinner party and also clear some other doubts that they have in their mind about the party. Do not forget to mention the proper contact details for the guests to send their replies to.

Formal Dinner Party Invitation Wording

formal dinner party invitation wording

Formal Dinner Party Invitation Wording

informal dinner party invitation wording

Some More Examples

Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Parker
request the pleasure of your company
for dining and celebration
honoring
Mr. Christian Cruise
Saturday, April fourth
Two thousand and eighteen
at seven o'clock in the evening
The Old Warsaw
1027 Vintage Avenue
Dallas, Texas

RSVP 860.809.6524
Please join us
for a night of toasts,
good cheer
and ambrosial delights
honoring
Kate and Matt Jackman
7:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 29th
Green Gables

Regrets only please
443-7281
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Rodriquez
invite you to join them for a
PIG ROAST
Sunday, the twenty second of March
at eight o'clock in the evening
107 South Bridge Road
Middleburg, Virginia

Regrets only please
493-7022
Mingle and dine
Enjoy some wine
The Mcpherson's invite you to a dinner party
at The Cocktail Lounge
Wedenstrasse, 20934 Hamburg
on Saturday, March 21tst
at seven o'clock in the evening

RSVP Email to
mcpherson218@outlook.com
In honor of

Mr. Rick Coulson

Mr. and Mrs. S. William Fitzgerald
request the pleasure of your company
at dinner
Saturday, the fifth of April
at eight o'clock in the evening
9941 Misty Butterfly Chase,
Twist, Alabama

RSVP 677-5572
Celebrate the warmth of the
season...
Please be our guest
for Dinner and Dancing
on April 12th
at 6:00 in the evening
7699 Noble Nectar Heights,
Hantsport, Rhode Island

Irina and Jason

RSVP Email to
irinaj123@outlook.com

Invitation Wording Etiquette

If you are organizing a formal party, the invitations should be sent to the guests at least 2 - 3 months before the party.

On the other hand, if the party is an informal or a casual one, it will be fine to send the invitation cards, 2 - 3 weeks before the party.

Many people have adopted the latest trend of inviting their guests by sending an invitation through email and sometimes through telephone too. However, this has to be strictly avoided, in case of formal dinner parties.

The wording for formal parties should be formal and it is also important to spell out the date and time, rather than just writing them in the form of numbers. For instance, instead of writing, '6.00', it is necessary to write 'six o'clock' in the evening.

The same goes with the date where one has to write 'the twenty first of February' rather than Feb 21.

However, with informal and casual invitation wordings, there is no need to follow any strict guidelines.

One can also use abbreviations for words which is completely denied in case of formal invitation wordings.

It is also fine to pen the invitation wordings on your own. If it is a casual party, it will be really great to make some creative wordings. Your invitation wordings should be something that will create the mood of the party among the guests much before the actual party.
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