Labor Day parties are generally the last celebrations of the summer. This means that they come at a hectic time of year, when many people are busy with the back to school craze. So, some Labor Day parties will have to be planned quickly.
If you’re hosting a last minute Labor Day party, use online invitations. Some websites even offer special tools to assist you with your party planning. Punchbowl has beautiful i
nvitations for Labor Day that you can customize easily and efficiently. There is even a potluck tool that allows guests to keep track of what is needed and what should be brought. This makes planning a Labor Day picnic a breeze because guests can sign up in advance for what they plan to bring. This information is helpful to know in advance because then you can fill any holes in your menu. You can even list items that you are still missing! Then, guests can simply sign up to bring them.
Labor Day invitation wording is also important. Your wording should match the tone of your event—if it’s casual, keep your wording casual with straight forward messages such as “Labor Day Cookout at the Baker’s.” If it’s a big event that you’ve been planning for a while, let your wording reflect that. You can do this by adding “You’re Cordially Invited…” before the title of your event. Use fonts that also reflect the tone you want to set for your party. For casual parties, use playful fonts. For fancier parties, use cursive fonts or curly lettering.
These are just a few suggestions for Labor Day invitations. Remember to send your party invitations out ahead of time for a large party, as many people tend to make plans to go away for Labor Day weekend.