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!"Know More
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
Free party invitations can be created and sent online through several websites such as Evite.com and PaperlessPost.com. The invitations are sent through email and allow recipients to RSVP electronically.Full Answer >
Wording for a graduation party invitation can say "You are invited to celebrate John Doe's high school graduation on June 1, 2012, at 4 p.m. at his parent's house." A graduation party invitation should, at a minimum, contain the name of the graduate as well as the date, time and location of the party. If there is a party theme, such as a pool party or barbecue, that should be specified on the invitation as well.Full Answer >
As of 2015, you can buy Super Bowl party invitations at PearTreeGreetings.com, AnnouncingIt.com and TinyPrints.com. Each website offers several invitation colors and designs that are available with varying degrees of customization.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 >