Halloween Invitation Wording
It's never too early to start planning for the best holiday ever, but what sort of Halloween invitation wording should you use to make sure that you get lots of guests at your costume party? There is nothing worse than throwing a Halloween party and being the only person in a costume. Follow these quidelines to make sure that everyone knows how awesome your Halloween party will be and what they can expect at it.
Logistics: The who, what, where, and when of your inviation are the most vital pieces of information. Where is this shindig going to be held? When is it going to be held? Are costumes mandatory, suggestied, or discouraged? Can the person you're inviting bring a guest (or two)? You have to include this information somewhere in your Halloween party invitation. Otherwise, no one you invite is going to know what to wear, when to come, or what to bring. Since the logistics are the most important pieces of information, make sure to emphasize them in your invitation wording.
Activities: It's a good idea to indicate what you'll be providing as a host and what (if any) activities you're planning for the evening. Will there be a costume contest? Will there be prizes for the costume contest? Is this event going to be a raging, all night party, or a chill, relaxed evening of board games with a few friends? Make sure to indicate this in the wording as well.
Closing: Finally, end the invitation with an excited closing. Make your friends feel like you really want them to come to your Halloween party (cause you do, right?).
There you go! Once you've decided what kind of Halloween party you want to have, just word the invitation accordingly and you're bound to have a good time. Now get cracking!