Beautiful and Perfect 40th Birthday Invitation Wording 2020 Update
Beautiful and Perfect 40th Birthday Invitation Wording 2020 Update.
40th Birthday Invitation Wording: Turning 40 doesn’t mean what it used to, as these days people keep up youthful interests and activities into middle age and beyond.
Still, tradition demands that we celebrate milestones like this. In other words, 40 might just be a number to many people, but it’s a round number that provides a great excuse to throw a birthday party for someone special.
- You’re Invited To A
40th Birthday Celebration
Join Us As We Honor
on Saturday, October 4, 2017, at 7:30 pm
The Anderson Home
1234 40th Street Southwest
RSVP to Joyce Anderson (123-4567 / [email protected]) by Sept. 25
- Amanda is Turning 40!
Let’s Help Her Celebrate the Big 4-Oh
- Aged to Perfection
Sanjay is Turning 40 Years Old!
Join Us As We Celebrate This Big Milestone
- Raise Your Glass!
Alan Finn is Turning 40
Join Us For Beers & BBQ As We Celebrate the Big Day
Say Cheers to 40 Years!
Join Us For A
40th Birthday Party In Honor Of
For Her 40th Birthday Invitation Wording
- Fabulous at 40!
Join Us For a Big Birthday Bash For
This Lady is At Peak Maturity
Join Us For Wine and Appetizers As We Celebrate
Elisa’s 40th Birthday
- Shhh! Ellen is Turning 40!
Join Us For A
Surprise Birthday Party
on Friday, July 19 at 6:30 PM (Ellen will arrive at 7)
1234 40th Avenue NE, Edgeville
RSVP to Pam Foster (123-4567 / [email protected]) by July 10
Funny 40th Birthday Invitation Wording
- It’s Hank’s Birthday!
Join Us As We Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of His 20th Birthday!
- Like, Did You Know Ann Was Turning 40?
Join Us For A
Totally Awesome Birthday Party
- Lordy, Lordy, Look Who’s Forty!
Join Us For a Celebration in Honor Of
Jean’s 40th Birthday
40th Birthday Invite Tips
Like any other invitation, a 40th birthday party invite needs to include the all-important event details. However, there are also a few “best practices” that are unique to this particular type of party invitation.
Be sensitive to feelings about aging: Your first instinct might be to use the invitation to poke fun at the guest of honor for getting old.
Before you crack wise or choose an “old fart” invitation design, consider how the guest of honor might feel about hitting an age milestone – for some, it’s the opposite of funny.
Also, as we said before, the idea that 40 is “old” is becoming outdated. Nowadays, it’s common to put a more positive spin on turning 40.
Use nostalgia: Reviving some “blasts from the past” is likely to be a hit with people on your guest list, especially if they’ve known the guest of honor for a long time.
For example, you could include a funny picture from the person’s youth, or pick a retro invitation design that hearkens back to the 80s or 90s.
Do some investigation for that guest list: While this doesn’t relate to invitation wording, it’s worth noting anyway. When putting together your invite list, dig deep for “surprise” guests who might be willing to travel for the big event.