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Kid's Party Wording

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Wording Tips
It is perfectly acceptable to include an end time on a child's party invitation so parents will know when their children need to be picked up.

The wording you choose will of course depend on what kind of party you're are having but most party invitations will include the following basic information:

• An introduction (optional): This could be a short phrase or a few words (example: You're Invited!)
• Description of Event (example: a birthday party for Jane)
• Date and Time
• Location
• Venue name (if applicable), street address and city
• Response Instructions: If you would like guests to respond, RSVP instructions can be included on an informal invitation. (example: Please respond to Jane at 404-123-4567 by May 5th).
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Sample 1
Mindy is having a Birthday Party!
Please join us to celebrate
Mindy's 6th Birthday
Saturday, April 5, 2014
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
at Mindy's house
123 Main Street, Austin
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Sample 2
Toot the horn!
Bang the drum!
It's a party!
Can you come?
Chandler Brannon
is having a 5th Birthday Party!
Saturday, September 27, 2014
123 Main Street, Austin
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Sample 3
You're invited to
Tyler's Birthday Party
Sunday, July 6, 2014
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
123 Main Street, Austin
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