Christmas Party Planning Tip #4 – Order Invites

Christmas & Holiday Party Tips

It’s time to tell everyone about your upcoming Christmas party! Don’t take the lazy route and send a text message or mass email. Keep things festive and personal by sending paper invitations in the mail. Here’s three quick possibilities:

Send and Seal Invites


Keep things simple and use a tri-fold invitation. These compact greetings come in several holiday designs, from elegant to whimsical. The tear off segment is perfect for RSVPing.

Holiday Bordered Papers

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If you prefer to type up a one-sheet invite, use bordered paper. This colorful option is a great choice when you need to include a map or lots of text in the correspondence.

Christmas Tickets

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Christmas tickets are a great alternative for invitations. You can use them to enter your guests into a raffle or hand them over for a free cocktail at the restaurant.  Use these Christmas tickets for your next party.

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Then read our entire party planning guide.