4th July Party Invitation Ideas
4th July Party Invitations
Let’s be honest. In relation to 4th of July invitations, professionals and non-professionals alike can utilized common invitations. These can include premium paper invitations, online ecards, one fits all video invitations and invitation templates for setting up the party. The same approach applies to company and interpersonal events along with other special events and unique milestones. As a professional event planner shouldn’t you be thinking outside the box? It’s time to be different!
Creative 4th July Party Invitations
Why are creative 4th of July invitations so important? Because engaging your guest list with your exciting upcoming event is a must! It’s true that guest engagement is the driving force behind you having a successful event, large or small. However, creativity is what will make it stand out.
There’s just one more piece to this puzzle that makes all the difference in the world. Personalization! If you have ever received a hand-written invitation, the first impression you had was no doubt a sincere feeling of how much you mean to whoever is inviting you. When done correctly, personalized invitations create a buzz and a memorable experience, and, for business, personalized invitations make connections that positively impact any event.
So, how can you up your creativity game and ensure you deliver something unique and original? Think Inside-The-Box — the Gigeo® personalized invitation box!
It’s time to be creative, different and personalize your 4th of July invitations.
It’s time to be creative, different and personalize your 4th July Party Invitations.
We use celebrity impersonators to create a memorable guest experience even before the event begins.
Gigeo® personalized video invitations are special and unique. They increase guest engagement, get their attention, puts a smile on their face, and makes them feel special, important, and motivated to attend your special event.
4th July Party Invitations Wording Ideas
Here are some invitation wording samples and templates to help get you headed in the right direction.
Note: (The templates below are not video invitation scripts that Gigeo® uses with our celebrity impersonators.)
+ We request you to grace our Independence Day celebrations with your presence on 4th July as we remember the great heroes’ deeds.
+ There is no celebration that is more glorious than Independence Day. So please be a part of it on 4th July.
+ There is no day that makes us prouder than the day where we come together to express our gratitude towards this glorious country. If you want to experience this pride, please join us to celebrate 4th July at [Venue].
+ Please spend the 4th of July with us as we are celebrating our country on the Independence Day to express our pride
+ Friends, colleagues, and proud Americans. Please join us in celebrating the Independence day of our country this Sunday.
+ A country’s heart is made up of its people. So let us celebrate together this American Independence day. Please celebrate us at our 4th of July Party.
+ We cordially invite you to the flag hoisting this Independence Day to express our respect for this beautiful nation. Please join us at [Venue].
+ This day, many years ago, many people decided to stand up for our country. So, we request your presence to celebrate them at our 4th of July celebration.
+ Celebrate with us this proud day as we are thrilled to ask you to be a part of our celebrations for the auspicious occasion of American Independence Day. Join us on this 4th July.
+ This is the best day of America and we want to celebrate this 4th July with you.
+ Let us demonstrate to the world that people are capable of bringing about change. Please make it to the Independence Day celebrations of America to demonstrate your pride and gratitude on 4th July.
+ We have been blessed with so many things by our country. Tomorrow, let us express our gratitude to our homeland by joining our 4th July celebrations at [Venue].
How To Write A 4th of July Invitation?
Are you planning a Halloween party? Whatever your reason for planning a 4th of July party or event, you’ll need to identify all of the important details. Once you are past the initial planning stages, all that’s left is finishing the event planning and sending out the invitations.
Sending party and event invitations is the best way to communicate to your guest what the event is about or what it is that you are celebrating.
Guidelines for Writing 4th of July Invitations
The following guidelines are the basic questions you need to answer in your 4th of July party invitation. This information can be outlined as the who, what, when, where, and why of the event or party.
Use the wording and design of your 4th of July party invitation to tell your guests exactly why you are throwing the party. For example, if it’s for a birthday party, make sure to include who it’s for and age they are celebrating.
Provide the name of the host for the event or party.
Tell the recipients what the event is all about and what to expect. This may include the description of your theme, activities, and any special requests of the guests.
State the date and time of your party or event. Always include the day of the week as well. For instance, Saturday, October 1, at 6:30PM.
Be clear on the location. Give the physical address and if off-site, also include the name of the venue and phone number for directions.
How to Write A 4th of July Party Invitation – 9 Steps
1. Announce you are having a 4th of July party.
2. Mention for who or what you are having the party or special event for.
3. Personalize your invitations and say it won’t be the same without them.
4. Add detail about the party so that guests know when it is, and what to expect.
5. Let them know what to wear. i.e. cocktail dress, black-tie, business, casual, themed.
6. Include the venue name and address and other pertinent information.
7. Mention that food and drinks will be provided.
8. Request that everyone RSVP by specific date.
9. Tell them how to RSVP. i.e. phone, email, text message or snail mail.
Three important areas to be mindful of for all your event planning.
1. Event and Party Planning Objectives and Goals
The very first step when planning your event is to establish a tangible goal and objective.
Are you aiming to have an attendance of 60, 100 or 500 people? Are you raising money with a financial target for a charity? Are you generating leads at a trade show? Are you having a restaurant grand opening?
Example Objectives and Goals:
+ Building Community Pride
+ Selling Party Supplies
+ Renting Venue Space
+ Selling Tickets
+ Increasing Tourism
+ Marketing Objectives
+ Job Creation
+ Increasing Brand Awareness
2. Budgeting for Your Event Ideas
+ Small Venues – Restaurant, Bar, Hotel, Ball Room, Distillery, Clubs, Art Gallery, Auction House
+ Large Venues – Arenas, College, Hotel, Parks, Beaches, Museum
+ Venue Logistics – Contracts, Permits, Insurance, Accessibility, Valet Parking
+ Invitations – Digital(email), Direct Mail, Priority Mail, Gigeo® Video Invitations, Paper
+ Food – Sit-downs Dinner, BBQ, Donut Boards, Food Trucks, Taco Bars, Hors D’oeuvres, BBQ
+ Drinks – Soft Drinks, Self-Serve Bars, Libations, Wine Tasting, Cocktails, Bartenders
+ Live Entertainment – Ventriloquist, Celebrity Lookalikes, Photo Booth, Silent Auction, Concert, DJ
+ Virtual Entertainment – Digital Auctions, Mini Masterclasses, Virtual Escape Room, Virtual Tours
+ Gifts / Giveaways – Phone Cases, Touch Screen Gloves, Bluetooth Speakers, Premium Swag Bags, Beach Towels
+ Décor – Theme, Fabrics, Lighting, Props, Flowers, Backdrops, Balloons, Tables, Chairs, Posters
+ Staffing – Volunteers, Security, Hosts, Emcee, Outsourced Labor, Employees
+ Marketing – Video Invitations, Social Media, Conventional Advertising, Influencer Shout-outs
+ Audio Visual – Projectors, Big Screens, Lights, Still Cameras, Video Cameras, Speakers, Microphones
+ The Unknowns – Even the best-planned event will have some additional expenses so don’t get caught off-guard!
3. Publicity, Marketing and Promotion
+ Social Media – YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat, Facebook, LinkedIn
+ Press and Media – News, Radio, Sponsors, Write-ups
+ Influencers – Blogs, Announcements, Event Calendars, Newsletters
+ Printed – Postcards, Flyers, Brochures, Billboards, Signage