College graduation party invitations can be classic, traditional or modern, but we’ve added another category — humorous. Getting friends together to celebrate your graduation doesn’t have to be boring and stuffy. We know everyone has there own style and while these humorous college graduation invitation themes might not appeal to everyone, there are those would want to celebrate with a party that is truly a party. (As always, party responsibly.)
With today’s “anything goes” attitudes, there are still some traditional rules that should be followed. This is especially true when creating party invitations for any occasion. Here are 13 things that should NEVER be on party invitations:
1. Tense: Invitations are always versed in third person. Use “Anderson Marketing invites you to their annual barbecue…”, “at their house”. Never “our”, “my”, “mine” or first person.
2. Punctuation: Invitations use line breaks or blank space between paragraphs to act as punctuation and periods are never used. Be sure to go lightly with the commas, exclamation points and when in doubt, leave it out.
3. Capitalization: Never use capital letters for each and every word on an invitation. Save the capitals for the beginning of a section or the first word of each line, proper names and other words that are normally capitalized. Use a bold or a larger font for emphasis, not all caps.
4. Abbreviations: Always spell out Street, Road, Apartment and names of States. The state is not required if all your guests are local or the state is obvious with cities like Chicago. Atlanta, New York. Numbers 1-9 should always be spelled out such as Two Park Place.
If you want a great turnout for your Super Bowl party, mail fabulous invitations to your guests to show your party is the place to be!
Once your invitations are in the mail, it’s time to work on the food, drinks and decor.
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