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Friday, March 23, 2012

Sending a Formal Invitation

It is spring break and students got their chance to unwind with their family and friends. The usual places expected to have so much activities would be the beach and the water parks. One of my friends here is busy planning a birthday party for her pretty daughter. She already sent birthday invitations with RSVP through the mail to some of us who are close to their family.

We are actually excited because the celebrant has grown up as a well-mannered, intelligent and beautiful lady and will be home for the spring break too. Just in time for her birthday and since she is studying up north, she always love to come home. She has a boyfriend who is popular in their school in both sports and academic. She will bring him and few of her friends will also come for her birthday. I heard they are all excited to come and would really love to spend time on the beach also.

My friend told me that they like the guy for their daughter. The celebrant is excited for her birthday celebration. Aside from her boyfriend, she also invited her close friends. Actually, her close friends are the ones who recommended the Website that has a lot of design selections for a birthday invitation.

As of now, I am ready to send the RSVP back to them and will be heading to the mall to shop for a birthday gift. It is really nice to send a formal invitation to the expected guest because it will serve as a reminder. Sending a formal invitation will definitely yield to having more gifts for the celebrant. When there is an invitation, there is no way that guest can miss coming to a celebration without a gift right?

Every time you have an important celebration, I bet you can tell the difference when you send invitations and when you don't. When you just invite someone randomly, some of them come with no gift at all. But, when you send an invitation, you usually got more gifts. Having said so; sending invitation is important but, the presence of those you love when they arrive on the party even without gift is most important of all.

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