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14 Sock Hop Invitation Wording Samples

Planning a sock hop party is no easy feat. Trying to recapture the 1950’s requires nostalgia that is complimentary to the era with the famous music playing of Buddy Holiday and Elvis Presley. When designing your invitations, be sure to consider mimicked word placement and language from the 50’s and request that your guess dress up to join in on the fun. Acquire 50’s theme party decorations and menu. A series of sock hop invitation wording samples used by others have been listed below to help inspire your own personalized 1950’s invitation.

Bad boys with their hot rod cars, good girls with their skirts in scarves all meet down at the soda shop after dancin’ at the hop Give us a ring on the telephone to say you’ll come to a hop of our own! We’re celebrating [name] Graduation.

C’mon everybody we’re gonna have some fun. Re-live the days when the records played and Elvis was number one! Come celebrate [name] Birthday.

Hey cats and kittens, you can’t lose go on and grab your blue suede shoes. Come on over and don’t be late. We have [name] Birthday to celebrate!

Hey sisters and brothers it’s gonna be alright tell mom and dad you’ll be home late tonight. We’ve got the food laid out and drinks ready for the takin’ We’re partying fifties style and baby, we ain’t fakin’! Come celebrate with [name] and [name].

James Dean was such a dream and Marilyn was oh so pretty. Dig out those threads put on your classic rags and join us for our fifties party! We’re celebrating [name] Birthday.

Music and friends conversations and cocktails it’s not a party without you so put on your duds and bring your appetite to our Rock n’ Roll Barbeque! We’re celebrating [name] [age].

No shin-dig would be complete without you and your dancin’ feet Poodle skirts and rolled up jeans are what you’ll need to make the scene! Join us to celebrate [name] [age] Birthday.

Penny loafers, Buddy Holly shades Saddle shoes were all the rage Poodle skirts, and scarves in your hair make the scene, you gotta be there! We’re celebrating [name] [age] Birthday.

Pillow fights we’ll be up all night after dancing all night long [name] is turning [age] and we’ll be making a scene playin’ all those fifties songs! Join us for a Rockin’ Pajama Party.

Rock n’ Roll’s cool, if that’s your thing. Everybody loves that crazy swing. it doesn’t matter if you’re square or not this BIRTHDAY party is gonna be really hot! Boogie on over to celebrate [name] birthday.

We’ll be cuttin’ some ruggonna bop till we drop so grab your GAL (or your best pal) and come to our Sock Hop Join us to celebrate [name] [age] Birthday.

We’ll be rockin’ around the clock we’ll be swingin’ all night long so say you’ll come to our shin-dig and reply with your favorite song! Join us to celebrate [name] [age] Birthday.

We’re moving’ tables and stackin’ chairs ‘cause tonight were having a rockin’ affair come to our house for dancing and drinks gents wear leather and dolls wear pink! Join us to celebrate Our New Place.

You might not remember the time when radio was king. You may not have been around to see Buddy Holly sing, but the style you know and love is here and will be forever more… So come on over to cut some rug dancin’ on our living-room floor! Join us to celebrate [name] [age] Birthday.

To plan a successful party, you need to first establish the occasion and amount of people you will be inviting. Next, you can establish a budget for the party and determine if it will be formal or informal. For parties of 6 guests or less, it is common to plan a formal dinner at home. For informal parties that range from 7-35 people, a buffet set up is preferable. If more than 36 people will be attending, using an external venue can suit your needs more. Start to plan the invitation and theme more than a month ahead.

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