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Sending Housewarming Party Invitations
Congratulations on moving into your new home! Now that you have all the boxes unpacked and the furniture in place, it’s time to celebrate. Choose a date and set the guest list, but before you start sending out those housewarming party invitations, decide on a theme and customize your invitations to match.
Have an Old-Fashioned Potluck BBQ
Buying a house often means you live on a tighter budget for a while, but it doesn’t mean you need to give up your celebration with friends and family. Instead of hosting a fancy evening party and providing all of the refreshments, get your loved ones together and have an afternoon BBQ. Rent a few picnic tables and grab a few charcoal grills for that old-fashioned feel. You supply the burgers and hot dogs and ask everyone else to bring sides, drinks and desserts. Show off your new yard on the invitation. Personalize a BBQ-themed invitation with a picture of your family hanging out in it.
Have a Cocktail Party
If you and most of your loved ones prefer to celebrate in a more adult fashion, your party doesn’t need to be kid-friendly. An afternoon cocktail party allows you to relax and have few laughs, or you could get dressed up and use the living room as a dance floor during an evening cocktail event. Either way, you’ll get to show loved ones around your new home. Just be sure your cocktail party invitation matches the type of afternoon or evening you have planned.
What to Add to a Customized Invitation
Customizing housewarming party invitations allows you to add your own unique style to your entire party, but don’t forget to include all of the most important information. Your invitations should include your address, the date and time and a phone number or email address for people to RSVP. It is customary for guests to bring housewarming gifts. If you’d prefer not to receive gifts, consider adding a line that asks them to donate to a charity instead.