Every year, more than 1 billion people turn on the television and watch the infamous New York Time’s Square ball drop when it turns midnight. An estimated 22% admit to falling asleep before midnight even comes. For those intending to celebrate the New Year, the following New Years Eve invitation wording ideas are listed below to help inspire you.
As the clock winds down and the old year ends. We’d love to celebrate with all of our friends. It just wouldn’t be right if you weren’t with us. When the clock strikes midnight!
As the New Year begins and the old one ends, we’d love to toast to the holidays with our family and friends! Join us for a Party and Champagne Buffet.
As the New Year begins and the old one ends. We’d love to celebrate with family and friends!
As we ring in the New Year and say goodbye to the last! We’re throwing a party and you’ll have a blast! Join us for New Year’s Eve party!
Hope you enjoy raising a toast to this special time of the year and have a rocking celebration Have a cheerful year ahead!
It’s time to celebrate again with some drinks and cheer come, join us as we welcome the new year. Let’s have a blast this New Year’s Day!
Mark your calendar for December 31st. Bring your appetite and your thirst. We’re having a big blowout, you heard it here first.
Please join us for a little bubbly and good cheer to toast the coming New Year!
The champagne is chilling, we hope you are willing to be our guest at a New Year’s Eve Fest!
The fun ‘n’ excitement of the New Year Will be incomplete without you. So come over ‘n’ join us to brighten up our celebration!
Tick Tock, Tick Tock. the New Year begins at 12 o’clock! Join us for the big countdown at [name] New Years Blowout.
We would like to invite you for a New Year get-together and enjoy your company.
We’re throwing a party and you’ll have a blast! As we ring in the New Year and say goodbye to the last! Join us for New Year Eve as we bring in [year].
Wishing you have a blast this New Year with cocktails, festivities, lots of fun and merriment Happy New Year!
You’re warmly invited to our New Year’s bash, Let’s raise a toast and enjoy!
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, an average of only 75% of people last less than 2 weeks while 46% make it to 26 weeks. New Years has been celebrated for the last 4,000 years, dating back to the Babylonians. The following infographic outlines additional interesting facts about New Year’s.
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