How do I Word a Bowling Party Invitation?

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A bowling party is a festive event for children and adults alike. You can give your guests all the information they need about your bowling party with a well-worded invitation. You'll want to provide guests with essential information while incorporating the bowling theme.

  • Write an opening line that catches your guests' attention. Tie this line to the bowling theme. For example, your invitation can say, "Join us for a party that will bowl you over!" or "Put on your bowling shoes for Kevin's birthday party!" You can also incorporate bowling-themed terms, such as, "Throw a strike at our bowling party!"

  • Include the party's date and time. For example, your invitation can state, "Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 2 p.m."

  • List the name and address of the bowling alley on your invitation. For example, state, "Boardwalk Bowling Alley, 402 Robinson Street, Pittsburgh." You can include each of these items on a separate line.

  • Ask guests to RSVP if you need a head count. The bowling alley will probably want to know how many lanes to reserve for your party, so ask guests to respond by a certain date, and add some bowling wording. For example, you can say, "Are you ready to bowl? RSVP to Mary at 555-1876." A headcount also ensures that you have plenty of food and drink for your guests, if the bowling alley allows you to bring in food.

  • Include any special instructions at the bottom of the invitation. For example, if guests must bring their own bowling shoes or if you want them to dress comfortably, include that information. You can also tell guests how many games you have scheduled or if they should bring cash for snacks.

Tips & Warnings

  • Choose a bowling-themed invitation to go along with your bowling wording. You can find invitations online and in party stores in the shape of bowling pins and bowling balls. These thematic invitations complement your bowling party wording.

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