Thanksgiving Wording for Invitations

Thanksgiving Wording for Invitations

Pumpkin pie, fried turkey, cranberry sauce – it's Thanksgiving! Time for the family to reunite over a feast of thanks that reminds us all of the people and things we treasure most. If you're hosting this year's bash, you probably want to make sure it's extra special. A great way to get the party started in the right direction is to send out unique and creative Thanksgiving invitations to your family members and friends. Coming up with a Thanksgiving theme is easy – all you need is some turkey, pilgrim or other relevant clip art that can quickly be found online, often for free. But what to say in your Thanksgiving invitations? Read on for some Thanksgiving wording for invitations ideas everyone will love!

Rhyming Thanksgiving wording for invitations

Pilgrims and Indians
Turkey and maize
Pumpkins and cranberries
On the first Thanksgiving day
Customs were shared
A tradition did start
It endures to this day
And stays close to our heart
Please join the Pierce family
As we celebrate America’s holiday
Date and time
City, State
Please bring your favorite dish to share
Please RSVP by date to phone number

Football Thanksgiving wording for invitations

Please join us for the Porter’s annual Thanksgiving
Feast and Football Extravaganza
City, State
Dinner will be served at 2:00 p.m.
After we root our football teams to victory
we will then play in our own annual touch football game
Bring your best game!

Potluck Thanksgiving wording for invitations

You are invited to a potluck Thanksgiving dinner
We will supply the turkey
You bring the sides
Let’s honor the first Thanksgiving
by sharing our favorite Turkey day dish
We don’t care about duplicate side items
That’s part of the fun.
Date and Time
City, State
Please RSVP to phone number by date

Combined family Thanksgiving wording for invitations

Since John and Jill have joined their lives
Their families have decided to join their Thanksgivings.
Please join us on date and time
To see what happens when two different
Holiday traditions combine.
Roast turkey for her, fried turkey for him
Southern dressing versus Oyster stuffing
Cranberry sauce or gelled from a can
Pumpkin or Sweet potato pie
You get the idea
Please RSVP to Jill at phone number by date

Once you have your Thanksgiving wording down for your invitations, all you have to do is put them to a design and have them printed. As mentioned, you can find plenty of free Thanksgiving graphics online to fill out your design (and you can even get free invitation layout templates to make the process that much faster and easier).

Keep in mind that contrary to popular belief, it is actually more affordable to print your Thanksgiving invitations professionally than to print them on your desktop printer – and the quality of professional printing is phenomenal. While you might think that desktop printing is free, by the time you purchase specialty paper and all the ink cartridges needed to print full-color invitations you will have spent more than the cost of professional printing. Toss in the tedious folding, enveloping, stamping and mailing (all things your printing company can do for you), and it's a no-brainer: for the highest-quality, most economical printing, professional is the only way to go. Best of all, your whole family will be impressed with your Thanksgiving wording printed on a professionally finished invitation!