When planning a banquet, using the right form of etiquette for your invitations can set the tone for the event. A formal banquet would require formal attire and mention verbiage such as ‘honor of your presence is request’ or ‘cordially invited.’ For companies that may be celebrating their anniversary, word usage such as ‘to commemorate’ or ‘celebrated’ can be used. Instructions for RSVP should be provide at the bottom of all invitations or a simple reference to a response card being included. The following set of samples on banquet invitation wording ideas are listed below to assist you during your planning process.
[business name] request the pleasure of your company for dining and dancing at the [location]. [date] at [time] in the evening.
[name] request the pleasure of your company for cocktails and dinner. [date and time] at [location].
Celebrate the warmth of the season. Please be our guest for Dinner and Dancing on [day of week], [date] at [time]. [location information].
Join us to celebrate our 20 Year Anniversary. [company name] cordially invites you to attend A Black Tie Dinner [day of week], [date] at [time]. [location and RSVP information].
The honor of your presence is requested at a Dinner and Cocktail Party aboard the [name of cruise] on [date and time].
You are cordially invited as a guest to [event name]. Join us at the [name of location] at [address] on [date] and [time].
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