One of the most anticipated date of the year is October 31 – a day when you can scare the world and will not be judged for it! Halloween is a fun time for both adults and children. People dress up as their favorite scary (sometimes not so scary) character, carve pumpkins to make lanterns and go trick-or treating. But this is not all that Halloween is limited to. Many people are invited to Halloween parties and many others arrange them and send out invitations to friends.
A Halloween party invitation cannot be mundane. It has to be written in a fun manner and it should be enticing enough even for someone who just wants to vegetate in front of the television on Halloween and wait for trick-or-treaters to ring the gong!
Inviting friends or coworkers to a Halloween party will require you to either send them an invitation card or a letter. A letter of this type will include time, date and venue information along with any special instructions that you would want to give to the invitee about costume or makeup.
Look below for a sample invitation letter to a Halloween party:
October 4, 2016
Jacob Mc Queen
728 Locust Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 83932
Our favorite time of the year is just a week away – Halloween! I have planned a big Halloween party along with Julia for the eve of Halloween and it would be great to have you amongst us to scare and be scared!
Please refer below for details of the party:
Date: October 30, 2015
Time: 8 pm
Venue: 102 E Locust Avenue, Philadelphia
This year, I want us to do something different so I have come up with a theme as opposed to how we follow any scary character that we like every year. I am sure you will be able to find something suitable to wear and adorn yourself with. Do not reveal your outfit to anyone in the group as it would be fun to see so many grisly looking characters walking at Locust Avenue! Dinner will also be served in morbid themed dishes so you have one more thing to look forward to!
I look forward to seeing you in your ghoulish best on Friday night. Please RSVP to me at (111) 111-1111 or Julia at (222) 222-2222. I will wait.
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