A chocolate party is a sweet way to celebrate the birthday of your favourite chocoholic. For a chocolate party, some things practically plan themselves. What kind of cake should you have? Why, chocolate, of course! What colour should your decorations be? "Brown" is the obvious answer. What should you give as favours? Chocolate bars make perfect sense. What about the invitations, though? What should you send out to invite guests to a chocolate soirée?
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The Chocolate Bar
One very popular invitation for a chocolate birthday party is the chocolatechocolate bar with a personalised wrapper. These can either be ordered through a variety of online retailers or can even be created at home. Name your chocolate bar after the guest of honour and include the rest of the details as part of the label information. Guests will enjoy receiving an invite they can sink their teeth into.
Sweeten the Deal
If you were hoping to use the personalised chocolate bar as a party favour rather than an invitation, never fear---there is still an opportunity to send out some chocolatey goodness to invite people. Using a standard invitation, attach a chocolate kiss candy or a small bag of personalised M&Ms. M&Ms can be ordered with a picture of the birthday girl, a special message or a combination of both on them, in practically any colour that you wish. This is one high-impact way of spreading the word about a chocolate birthday bash.
The Mock Chocolate Bar
If you will be mailing your invitations and are afraid that real chocolate might melt, you can also have invitations printed up that have the look of chocolate but none of the calories. It is also possible to create your own paper chocolate bars. Using brown paper, make a chocolate bar shape and then cover it part of the way with tin foil and a contrasting-colour paper for a wrapper. Be sure that the wrapper looks partially peeled back, and then fashion a "bite" out of the top of the exposed "chocolate." Put all of your invitation details on the inside.
If your chocolate birthday party will be in the colder winter months, consider sending a packet of hot chocolate mix as a novel invitation. You can print up a label to stick onto the packet itself, or just include the packet with the standard label.
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