Cocktail parties bring to mind sophisticated people, sparkling conversation and elegant drinks. Communicate essential information in stylish ways. Write cocktail party invitations as if you are setting the stage for the event. Add to the style of your invitation with font styles, imagery and tone. Create anticipation in your invitees, inspiring them to RSVP, "Yes!"
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Begin with the invitational line. Write, for example:
"Dr. and Mrs. Smith
Cordially request your attendance."
Inform invitees of the type of event. Specify a wine event, for example, by writing
"Please join us at the Evergreen Winery
For a presentation and tasting of the new
Pinot Noir 2010"
Include all cocktail party specifics. Provide the day, date, time and location. Spell out numbers for a formal cocktail party.
Add any relevant information. Advise invitees, for example, to wear casual clothing for a cocktail party before a barbecue or to dress for a corporate cocktail event. The website, Cocktail Mixing Master, recommends that invitation card design should reflect a formal or an informal event.
Enter your name as the hostess. Ask for an RSVP.
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