Holiday Party Invitation Wording

Winter holidays are almost here, and there are many reasons to celebrate! Hosting a holiday party is a wonderful way to get your friends and family together for some fun festivities. Browse PurpleTrail’s versatile collection of holiday party invitations. Once you’ve found your ideal invite, it’s time to think about the wording. We’ve gathered a group of holiday party invitation wording ideas to help inspire you.


Holiday Party Invitation Wording Ideas

Snowfall is in the Air!

So let’s get together for a Winter affair

We’ll raise a glass

and toast the season

good friends are a must

this Holiday season


’tis the season for some holiday fun

Think of all the shopping we’ve done

But before we start baking all our homemade treats

Let’s get together for some holiday cheer and eats!


We cordially invite you to a holiday dinner party! Celebrate the holidays with dear friends and cheer

Hors d’oevures, cocktails and dancing


’tis the season…

For good friends and family

To come together and enjoy

Some holiday merriment

Please join us for a

Festive brunch


It’s our annual

’tis the season soiree!

Please come for

Food, fun and frolicking


Deck our halls!

Join us for an evening of

Tree decorating, festive drinks

And general merry making!


The tree is adorned

The halls are decked

The eggnog is spiked

The only thing missing

Is you!


For our family and friends we are truly grateful,

Please join us for a holiday celebration


Under the stars, beneath the moon

Will be a Holiday party you won’t forget soon

A party for all so full of cheer

A room full of people we all hold dear

So join us for this seasonal celebration

Forget all your sorrows, worries, frustration

A toast to the season and don’t you forget

This party invitation means it’s winter vacation


Let’s pop the champagne

We have good reason

It’s holiday time

And we’re celebrating the the season!


’tis the season to don festive holiday dress

We’d be so elated if you’d be our guest

Join us for our annual holiday soiree

Please rsvp soon, don’t delay!


Let us celebrate this season of joy! Join us for our annual holiday party


Oh by gosh by golly

’tis the season to be jolly

Come deck the halls and be merry

We’ll celebrate ’til January!


The holiday season is so jolly

You are invited to our festive holiday party

Join us for holiday fun and cheer

Let us toast to Christmas and the new year!


Let us celebrate the season’s blessings!

Join us for a holiday party!


Jingle bells! Can you tell? It’s that time of year

Gather all your friends so dear and join us for some cheer!

We request the honor of your presence at our holiday party


Happy holidays!

Join us for a celebration the winter season and the magic of the holidays


Jingles jangles, stars and angels, Christmas time is near

Gather round lend an ear

it’s time for holiday cheer!

This time of year is special please fill our hearts with glee

And join us for this holiday

celebration ’round the tree!


Though holidays mean joy to most others may feel stressed

To you we ask if indeed you’ll kindly be our guest

Join us during this holiday season

if, for no other reason

Than to drink a toast to you and me

and gaze upon the Christmas tree!


Please be our guest as we celebrate all the wonder and magic of the holiday season!

Please join us for an evening of merriment,

Cocktails and dinner

On Saturday, December 10 at 8:00 pm


The weather outside may be frightful…

But a cocktail party is most delightful!


Holiday Party Invitation Wording: The Details

When creating your holiday party invitation wording, don’t forget the details! Always include the following information on your invitations:

  • Date
  • Time (start and end time if you’ve rented a venue and must finish by a certain time)
  • Location, with directions
  • Theme or type of party (brunch, ugly sweater, cocktail, white elephant)
  • Food being provided
  • Will gifts be exchanged? If so, what is the theme or spending limit?

Your guests will appreciate receiving as much information as possible. Also, keep in mind that people’s calendars tend to fill up quickly during the holiday season, so send out your party invitations three or four weeks before the big day.


We hope these holiday party invitation wording ideas have helped inspire you to create your perfect party invitations. On behalf of the PurpleTrail team, happy holidays!


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