How to Write an Invitation Card?

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An invitation can speak volumes about the occasion itself; make sure your invites send the right message before they go in the mail. A professional invite can be more encouraging to the invitee, even if they don't want to attend. Before you write an invitation, decide on the tone, voice and level of formality, based on the event itself.
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How to Write an Invitation
When writing an invitation, use language that describes the tone of the event. Write an invitation with tips from a writing instructor in this free video on writing tips.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Planning a special event is fun! The most special part of most celebrations is the company. Invitations are a great way to invite others to join you for the special time. A successful invitation should include the following details: who, when, where and the r.s.v.p details. For more information look here: Invitation Creation Software www.writeexpress.com; Invitation Writing Tips www.buzzle.com
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