The giraffe stretches his neck to see;
the elephant waves his trunk with glee;
the seal twirls his ball with joy,
in honor of the
Come join Cody in celebrating his seventh
Saturday, April 20th at 1:00 PM
RSVP (509) 123-4567
The older the child gets it may become easier to decide on a theme, or even forgo the theme as the child gets into its teen years. A sweet sixteen, for example, is a theme all its own. For this kind of party, you should pick out some Sweet Sixteen invitations that fit the personality of the celebrant. If it’s a girl, something pink and frilly might be appropriate, such as Princess Tiara
Steer clear! Brianna’s got a license to drive!
Come celebrate her sweet sixteen.
Friday, March 14th
5:00 – 7:00 PM
at Big Daddy’s Bowling
2850 S. Ray, Spokane
Some things are better the older they grow.
Antiques, wine and someone special we know!
You should still keep in mind who is having the
Another avenue you might pursue is the surprise party. In your invitation wording, it should be expressed clearly that the celebrant doesn’t and shouldn’t know details of the party. Here are some examples:
Our good friend Jerry is turning the big 5-0
We’re throwing a party, and you’re invited to show.
If you can make it, here’s a word to the wise,
Keep it under your hat, ’cause it’s a surprise!
July 10th at 6 PM
At the Rock Bottom Brewery
560 Main Street