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Birthday Party Etiquette – How To Invite Kids To a Party
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RSVP. An RSVP is important for your party preparations. Uncertainty about how many kids will attend can result in waste and anxiety. Give an RSVP deadline about a week before the party. Make the way to reply perfectly clear for busy people, e.g., "RSVP by May 2 to Tom at 555-555-5555 or

Mailing and Follow-Up

Address the envelope to the child being asked, e.g. Sally Jones. If family members are also invited, include them in the address, e.g., Sally Jones & Family. Send out the invitations three weeks before the event.

As soon as the RVSP deadline passes, telephone those who haven't answered. Ask if their child will be able to attend the party. A few of the ones who didn't RSVP will be coming anyway. On this call, you may be asked about a good choice of gift; mention a few of the birthday child’s favourite pastimes.

A few days in advance of the birthday celebration, send an email reminder to your confirmed guests. Link to your location on Google Maps.

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