How to Word Invitations for a Disco Theme Party

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How to Word Invitations for a Disco Theme Party
Use cool graphics and wording for a good party invitation. (disco logo image by grafiker from

The party starts with the invitation. Set the tone for your funky disco party by sending invitations with disco phrases that put all partiers in the dancing mood. Avoid the standard invitation wordings like, "Please attend" or "You Are Invited." Make your invitation stand out with some authentic lingo. For a throwback disco party, use images on your invites that remind people of nights at the disco. Using disco wording will give partiers tips on phrases to use at the party, too.

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    Replace the traditional "You Are Invited" with "Get Down, Get Funky!" or "Stayin' Alive" on the front of the invitations. Use an image of a disco ball, disco dancers or roller skates as a cool graphic background.

  2. 2

    Write "Can You Dig It" on the left inside of the invitation. Underneath the heading, write the occasion in the form of a sentence. For example, write "Can You Dig It" then "Ryan is Having a Birthday."

  3. 3

    Write the date, using "Boogie Down on April 15th" (use the date your party), and the time, using "The Disco Opens at 7:00 PM."

  4. 4

    Encourage guests to dress up by writing: "Strut your stuff at the disco. Disco attire required."

  5. 5

    Ask guests to RSVP by writing: "Holding your spot behind the velvet rope. Call to reserve your place on the dance floor."

Tips and warnings

  • Use a glitter pen if handwriting the invitations.
  • Use a disco-theme font if making the invitations on word-processing software.

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