Is it okay to ask guests to pay for their own meals when I send out invitations?

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When you create an invitation for a birthday party, you can specify whether or not a meal is included with the event. To state that a guest would need to pay for his or her own meal, you could simply say 'we can't afford to take everyone out for dinner, but we still would love for you to join our party.' Explain the situation and most people will be happy to take care of the check themselves.
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