How to word an invitation for a girls' night out

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How to word an invitation for a girls' night out
Create an invitation that fits the theme or venue of the girl's night out event. (Party girls in silhouette image by Warren Millar from Fotolia.com)

Whether you're getting married soon, celebrating a birthday or simply want to reconnect with friends you haven't seen in awhile, a girl's night out is a wonderful way to create new memories with some of the people who mean the most to you. To let your friends know about the festivities, it's best to word the invitation with as much information as possible so all participants have the correct details for celebrating a night to remember.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Invitation paper
  • Computer
  • Calligraphy pen

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Instructions

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    Write or type the purpose of the invitation of the invite. For instance, if you're having a girl's night out to celebrate your engagement and want the celebration to be lively and upbeat, you may start the invitation with something like "I'm getting married! Let's celebrate with a night on the town."

  2. 2

    Write the date of the girl's night out on the invitation. Include the day of the week on the invite, so your friends can easily check their availability. The date should be in this format: Day of the week, Month Day, Year.

  3. 3

    Add the location name and address to the invitations. You also can include a short description of the directions in the invitation guests. For example, the location can read: Name of venue, street address (across the street from the post office, for example).

  4. 4

    State the time that you want the festivities to start. Include any additional information concerning arrival time. For example, if you want the girl's night out to start at 9 o'clock, you could say: "The party starts at 9 p.m. Everyone meet at my house at 8:30 so we can carpool."

  5. 5

    Request that your guests R.S.V.P. At the bottom of the invitation, include your phone number and e-mail address for your guests to contact you. It's also a good idea to send out e-mail reminders a few days before the deadline to remind any guests that haven't confirmed their attendance to do so as soon as possible.

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