In order to have a housewarming party, you’ve got to let people know that you’re throwing a party at your place… right? This is where the housewarming invitation wording comes into play on your invitation. A carefully constructed invitation will not only help people want to come to your party, but they’ll circle the date on their calendar to make sure they are there to have some fun!
How can you express the fun that your party is going to be with your housewarming invitation wording?
Be clear and concise with instructions. One of the biggest obstacles that people face with invitations is uncertainty in either the location of the event or the time of the event. One of the commonly forgotten components of a party invitation is, in fact, the actual time of the party! People remember to put on the date, but not the start time. With clear and concise instructions about when a party is, where it happens to be [your place!], and you’ll be well on your way.
Include advice that you may want people to follow. Are you throwing a housewarming party with a specific theme? Then you’ll want to include information about that theme in your housewarming invitation wording. If you’re having a more formal event because of a specific theme and this isn’t communicated to people, you’ll likely have people dressed quite casually and feeling out of place at your party.
Do people need to bring anything? Some parties are a lot of fun when people bring something that can be part of a group participation event. You don’t necessarily want people to bring their own food or beverage, but you could have them bring a favorite board game or a video game system, for example. By including this information in your housewarming invitation wording, you’ll be able to get all the supplies you need to throw a great party brought to your place!
The font that you use can say a lot about what you expect your party to be. Did you know that the type of font you use for your invitation wording will also communicate a message to the people you invited? Script fonts, for example, speak to a more formal party. Serif fonts will speak to a more traditional housewarming party. Sans Serif fonts will speak to something a little more contemporary. If you use the wrong font, you may actually confuse people who have a certain perception of what your party will be… when it turns out to be something completely different.
What Does Your Housewarming Invitation Wording Say About You?
An organized housewarming party invitation will reflect your desire to have an organized and fun party at your place. A disorganized or incomplete invitation, on the other hand, will communicate that you really don’t care about whether or not someone shows up to have a good time. By following these tips, you’ll be able to throw a fun party that people will make time to attend!