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15 Thanksgiving Invite Wording Examples

Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated each year on November 24th. Sarah Joseph Hale was the author of Mary Had a Little Lamb and was considered to be largely responsible for the founding of Thanksgiving as a National Holiday. Interesting enough, Thomas Jefferson himself through the whole concept of Thanksgiving was a ridiculous idea. However, the tradition of eating turkey on Thanksgiving has left to a few places in the United States named Turkey with an additional 16 townships throughout the United States. A selection of Thanksgiving invite wording examples will help inspire you to create your own unique invitation and plan your family gathering during this thankful holiday season.

From our family to your family, we hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving this year.

It’s time to eat turkey and yams and cranberries too, just like the Pilgrims used to do!

Join us for Thanksgiving dinner To give thanks for the many blessings bestowed on our family.

Please be our guests on Thanksgiving Day for feasting, reminiscing and counting our blessings.

Please join us for a Harvest Dinner as we celebrate this time of year!

Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for all we are blessed with. Please join us for a wonderful holiday meal.

Thanksgiving is a time to surround yourself with good food, good friends and family. Please join us for a Thanksgiving meal.

Thanksgiving is the time of year, when we gather with our friends so dear.

Thanksgiving should be shared with family and friends, because you have given us reasons to give thanks.

Thanksgiving… and we gather together to give thanks with the wonderful friends who have enriched our lives.

The turkey and ham have been laid to rest, so come join the [last name] family’s Thanksgiving fest.

The wine has been poured and the table is set for a Thanksgiving dinner you won’t soon forget.

There are few things we are more thankful for than having our family in our lives. Help us celebrate Thanksgiving.

There ios fresh pecan pie and cranberry delight, so much to give thanks for on this special night. Please join us for Thanksgiving Dinner.

To family and friends we hold so dear, we want to share our bounty this year.

The below infographic provides a collection of interesting facts about Thanksgiving. An estimated 91% of American’s eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day every year. That is enough to line up and go across 5,000 miles from California to France. The first Thanksgiving lasted for three days.

Interesting Facts About Thanksgiving

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