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invitation wording
Jun 09th, 2013, 7:05pm
My mother's friend is throwing her a surprise 70th b-day party.  It will be at a restaurant and she and I agree that everyone will pay for their own meal.  I hope this is an ok way to throw the party.  Is a term for having guests pay for their own dinner and pitching in a little for birthday "girl"?  How can this be worded on an invitation?
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Re: invitation wording
Reply #1 - Aug 21st, 2013, 11:26pm
What about "Your presence is the perfect present. We would love for you to join us for dinner to celebrate birthday party. Meals range from X to Z.

When you write out the details of "date", "where", "rsvp" you could also add "cost", and then at the bottom of the invite, just write that no gifts are necessary, the presence of those invited is a gift enough, or something to that effect.
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