Sending out one of the 5 best over the hill party invitations will get your friends in the party mood. You can use clip art or photos and software to create over the hill party invitations and print them out or make them by hand and hand letter the information on the cards including the details of the party location, time, and date.
Tombstone. Make party invitations in the shape of a tombstone. In black metallic ink write “Over the Hill” on the front and on the inside write something like “John’s heading over the hill and picking up speed. A night with friends is just what he needs. John’s turning 50. Dress all in black to mourn what he’ll never get back. “
Mock Funeral. Send party invitations to a funeral. The cover could be a dignified picture of John. On the inside the party invitations could read “John is sadly is over the hill and out of sight. Come help us remember him this night. “Ask guests to prepare a one minute eulogy and bring any pictures they have of John to share with the other guests.
- Vintage car. Over the hill party invitations don’t have to be so gloomy either. How about party invitations with a cool vintage car on the front? On the front you could print “John’s going over the hill…” and on the inside “But not without us bringing down the house!”
- Hollywood theme. Over the hill part invitations could look like a theatre marquee and the marquee would read. “One night only. John Smith starring in the film Over the Hill”. On the inside of the party invitations it might read “Join us for the premiere as we celebrate 50 years. Wear your Oscar best. “
- Jokes. Make party invitations depicting a road going over a hill that says on the cover. “You know you’re getting old when…” and on the inside, “it takes you two tries to get over the speed bump. Come help John celebrate his 50th birthday before he forgets anything else. “
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