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Sending Thanksgiving Invitations

sending thanksgiving invitations

Thanksgiving may be more than a month away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about this deliciously fun holiday. Why not start the process of preparing for the feast by finalizing your guest list? How many people do you plan on having around your table, and will there be both family and friends? Once you’ve compiled your list of guests, collect their addresses together to make sending the cards even easier. Once you’re fully prepped, pick a Thanksgiving invitation that fits your style from our personalizable collection. Add the date of the celebration (Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 22nd this year), your address,  the time all the food and fun will be served, and information for RSVP purposes.

Sending Thanksgiving invitations out at least a month in advance will give people plenty of time to plan their visits accordingly, and will put you at the top of their Thanksgiving day plans. It also encourages RSVPs, which will save you time and money in planning and prepping for the Thanksgiving meal. You may even be inspired by one of our Thanksgiving invitations to help with your decorations! Done in rich fall shades, the design of the card can help to plan how you set your Thanksgiving table to give the day an even more cohesive feel.

Even if you’ve never sent Thanksgiving invitations before, there’s no better year to begin. Be sure to browse our collection of invitations to help get you started on hosting a Thanksgiving meal that will leave family and friends thankful for your love,  friendship, and fantastic cooking! Stop by our facebook too where you can participate in a poll and tell us if you send Thanksgiving dinner invitations to friends, family, friends & family, don’t send them at all, or are always on the receiving end.

Cards featured: Thanksgiving Family Dinner Invitation, Autumn Leaves Party Invitation, Orange Flower Fall Invitation, Falling Leaf Party Invitation

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