Birthday Party Invitation Wording for Kids

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Birthday party invitations should given special, simple wording for kids. Make great kids' invites with help from an accomplished visual artist in this free video.

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Hello, this is Jeanette Conner. I've been a Visual Artist for eight plus years, and today I'm going to show you how to word birthday party invites for kids. When wording birthday party invites for kids, it's important to use fun active short words like jump, play, run, smiles, laugh, things like that. So, to write our birthday party invitation, we'll open our birthday party invitation card. A simple way to say you're invited is, "Come over". Two short words that kids of most stages will understand. "Come over to play and laugh. We'll have a blast at my birthday bash". It's also really important to make sure that you include all of the information for the parents so that there's no confusion. So, you want to make sure that in your invite you have where, with the address, the date and time of the party. It's always good to list the full time of the party; so, if it's going to be from noon to four, make sure you write that so that the parents know when to pick up their children. It's also really important to make sure you write what age the birthday boy or girl is turning; so, if it's their first birthday or their fifth birthday or their eighth birthday. That way people can make sure to get the appropriate birthday presents. And then, a really good thing to do is to leave a phone number for the parents to reach the other parents by and also phone numbers of the location the party is going to be held just in case of emergencies. So remember, when you're writing birthday party invitations for kids, use fun, active, exciting words that are easy for all ages to understand. But, also make sure you include all of the important details for parents so that they know what's happening with their kids. This is Jeanette Conner, and today we learned how to word birthday party invites for kids.


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