Question by  mynameisbob (14)

What do I say in a graduation invitation letter?

I don't want to use the school's invitations.


Answer by  pseudopsychologist (257)

You could start by saying something like "I finally made it! I would love nothing more than to have you by my side as I celebrate this wonderful occasion."


Answer by  lcm (132)

Keep it fairly short, or at least make sure you start with the crucial information so people know they need to respond. 'Alimay is graduating on May 15th and we'd all really love if you could be there' is short, direct but friendly.


Answer by  aadams (19)

Serious: With great pride, I (your name)am proud to announce my Graduation from (school's name). Please help celebrate my achievement and witness my passage at Commencement Exercises on (Date) at (Time)&(Location) Humorous: Celebrate...School is done! Look out world, here I come!(Your Name)will be graduating from (School) at (Time)&(Location)Please join us for this joyous occasion!


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

Let the guests know you have graduated, where you have graduated from, what time your graduation will be, and where everyone should meet. If you're planning events before and after the graduation, let potential guests know that too. Just like any invitation, keep it simple. Also, leave them with a phone number to RSVP.

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