Sleepover Invitation Wording that Will Set the Night Rolling.
Sleepover Invitation Wording: Most sleepovers are just get-togethers between two or three kids, with invites coming over the phone. But for a larger gathering – what you might call a “slumber party” or “pajama party” – a written invitation is in order.
It doesn’t have to be a paper invite, but it should be well-written, with fun wording that clearly conveys all the important details of the event.
You don’t have to lose sleep coming up with the perfect wording all on your own, though. To get you started, here are some sleepover invitation wording samples.
Here’s an example of more casual wording that would be appropriate for an email. Note that it’s addressed to an individual, as a mass email could lead to confusion about which kid in a family is invited.
Valerie is having a sleepover on March 11 and would love for Alexandra to be there. Here are the details: