In order to make sure that your sweet sixteen party is absolutely perfect, one of the first things you will need to decide is who to invite and how to invite them. Once you have created your guest list, you will need sweet sixteen invitations. If enough time and thought is put into creating these invites, then you can set the tone of the whole party before the guests even arrive.
You will want invitations that properly reflect the party as well as your personality. If the event is to have a certain theme, then you will definitely want to reflect it in the invitations. Otherwise, think about the formality of the party, whether it is to be completely formal or totally casual, you can set that mood in the invitations as well.
Once you know the theme and the style you are looking for, you can start thinking about the information you want to include on them. Of course, you will need to include the details like what the event is, when it will be happening and where. You could also include a quote or a phrase that means something special or that properly reflects the event. Your wording can be as unique as you want.
Do not forget the extras you may want to include like a map or directions to the event. These little extras can be very important to the guests.
Finally, after you have decided on the style and the wording for the invitation, you can think about how you want them made. You can either have a professional printer create them or you can design them yourself. While a professional printer will save you time and will create invites that are sure to look excellent, this can be a costly option. If you feel creative or computer savvy, then you can create the invites on your own.
Your sweet sixteen party will only happen once. You will want to make it very special, so remember to plan each and every detail. While you will have many decisions to make, start off with an important one and choose the invitations that best reflect the party.
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