How Do You Write a Letter of Invitation for Lunch?

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If you want it to be a formal letter of invitation, you can buy some nice stationary and a fountain pen. Start the invitation with 'Dear' and then the person's name and end the invitation with 'Yours Sincerely' followed by your name. Remember to add when the lunch will take place as well as where.You can also add RSVP to the invitation so they know to say whether or not they are coming.
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If you want it to be a formal letter of invitation, you can buy some nice stationary and a fountain pen. Start the invitation with 'Dear' and then the person's name and end the invitation with 'Yours Sincerely' followed by your name. Remember to add when the lunch will take place as well as where.You can also add RSVP to the invitation so they know to say whether or not they are coming.
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