Landmark birthday invitations

Written by    Last updated: June 6, 2006

Party invitations are an important part of your birthday celebrations, so let us give you some inspiration

21st birthday

Although it’s no longer the official coming of age, people often throw a party to celebrate turning 21. Invitations to 21st birthday parties don’t have to be formal unless the event is a formal affair.

An invitation could read:

Mr & Mrs……………………………..

request the pleasure of your company

to celebrate their daughter

…(girl’s name)…

coming of age

at (time)

on…

at…

Dress code: Black tie

RSVP

OR

 

You are cordially invited

To a dinner

For (birthday boy)

To celebrate his 21st birthday

on…

at…

RSVP

30th birthday

Turning 30 is a real milestone for most people, so celebrating this landmark birthday is a must! Invitations can be as formal or as informal as the occasion demands, for example:

I’m turning 30!

Please join me in waving goodbye to my 20s

At a BBQ at my place on

(Day, date and time)

at

(Venue)

40th birthday

Life begins at 40, so they say. And what better an excuse to throw a party? An invitation could read:

(Christian name and surname)

requests the pleasure of your company

for cocktails and dancing

to celebrate

My fortieth birthday!

at (time)

on…

at…

RSVP

60th birthday

There are lots of things to celebrate when you turn 60 and free bus travel is just one of them! You’re probably at a time in your life when you are more settled than ever, you may have a family and possibly even grandchildren. Your retirement years are ahead of you so what better a reason to celebrate turning 60 ‐‐ throw a party!

Your invitation could read:

(Christian name and surname)

requests the pleasure of your company

to celebrate

My 60th birthday

at (time)

on…

at…

RSVP

18th birthday

An 18th birthday party is held to mark a child’s entry into adulthood.  Traditionally the key to the door is given to symbolise the gaining of freedom.

A party invitation could read:

Mr & Mrs…

request the pleasure of your company

to celebrate their daughter

…(girl’s name)…

coming of age

at (time)

on…

at…

Dress code: Black tie

RSVP

OR

…(birthday boy’s name)…

is having a …18th birthday party

at (time)

on…

at…

RSVP

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