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Birthday Invitation Templates

What is a Birthday Invitation Card?

We all know what it means and what it contains! But what might be surprising for you is that nowadays you get whatever you want on those cards. Creativity and skills have transformed and evolved everything. Such cards are no more only a mere source of informing people about your birthday menu, party time and venue. You can add many things to it. You can paste the photo of the birthday boy or girl in it, paste some quotes, themes, and theme details, etc. The effort is done to make others not to avoid and forget about the party evening. Thus we have prepared several simple and professional invitation templates thinking about your different needs and concerns. Have a look at them today!

How to Make a Birthday Invitation Card?

If you want to make one yourself choosing one printable invitation template from our library and customizing it will help. But if you want to know the process following the summarized steps can help:

  • Choose a card shape in a square, rectangle or whatever you like.
  • Use a bight color scheme, because colors are a sign of life and happiness and since you want to convey that. Every color can give any particular meaning thus like for wedding cards the color might differ from the graduation day event . Thus make its use properly as intended.
  • Combine different font styles to arrange a beautiful pattern and adorn the card. Font styles also have connotations. 
  • Frame it with one or two attractive formal or modern quotes or lines and with an attractive header.
  • At least paste one or two images in the card properly layered one after another.  
  • Apply filter to distinguish the text from the background image and make it look more attractive. 
  • Use layouts to arrange the information and details neatly.
  • Apply a theme in the description and color or picture. 
  • You can be as creative with your ideas as you want in preparing the card. 
  • Complete the frame by bordering it up with mild and simple colors. 

Birthday parties have become a chance to socialize with people in a highly technology-based conservative world. With the amount of information made available at the touch of the fingertips, people prefer themed parties compared to the traditional ones. Whether it’s as simple as a color scheme or as ornate as recreating a favorite movie or story, birthday parties these days have stepped up. It has become fancier than ever it was.

Of course, this means that invitations too should go above and beyond. Store-bought invites just do not cut it anymore, especially if you want your guests to take a second look at their mail - whether physical or digital. Whether you know it or not, the design of your birthday invitation should be striking to get the attention of your guests. Whether you are using a commanding illustration, an attention-grabbing font, or a bright color, your invitation will not only inform people of the necessary details -- it will also set the tone for your party: is it elegant and glamorous, or would people expect kegs and beer pong?

Whether you are choosing to use physical cards or digital WhatsApp or email invitations, you need to make sure that it doesn’t fall prey to your folk’s negligence. Even digital birthday invitations nowadays are great in setting the overall theme for your party. They also have the added perk of getting information in real-time, so you know whom to expect at your party, at the same time have a way to contact all of your invitees in case some changes to the event occur.

There are about thousands of designs to choose birthday invitation cards from. However, when doing so, make sure that you know the options made readily available to you. Yes, it could take a lot of time and effort, but there is no need to look far to get you started. Our website has a massive template library that offers numerous birthday invitation templates They are set in various themes ranging from simple and elegant designs to kid-friendly Disney to comic book superheroes.

There is no right or wrong decision to make between digital or physical birthday party invitations. makes sure that you will get the best, whichever one you choose. All the birthday invitation templates available on this website come in different file formats for your convenience, with high-quality photos and graphics in CMYK color and 300 dpi resolution. They are also fully customizable, ensuring that whether you want to share it digitally or download the template for printing. You will get beautiful, high-resolution invitations that you won’t be embarrassed to mail to your loved ones. Find your perfect birthday invitation now.

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Once you have chosen your favourite birthday invitations, the next step is to personalise them for your special event. All of the text on our birthday invitations can be fully personalised, so you can go ahead and turn our birthday invitations into wedding anniversary invitations or even housewarming invitations! Take a look below for some hints and tips on what to write on your birthday invitations, as well as some party invitation wording ideas suited to different types of events. You may also wish to take a look at our kids party invitation wording.

What to write on your party invitations

Writing your party invitations should be relatively simple, as you just need to let people know where and when the party is happening and what you are celebrating. You can be as creative as you like when it comes to your party invitation wording, adapting your tone of wording to suit the theme or style of your party. As a basic guide, party invitations should include:

  • Your name
  • Type of party: Let your guests know what special occasion or milestone your party is in aid of, whether that be your 30th birthday or your engagement.
  • Date and time of the party
  • Party venue: be sure to include the full address if you think that your guests will be using their SatNav to find the party venue.
  • RSVP details if required
  • Dress code if applicable

Birthday invitation wording ideas

Your birthday invitation wording will vary based on the formality of your party and who is actually hosting the event. Whilst the above tips on what to write on your party invitations give you a basic outline for your text, the birthday invitation wording ideas below are a great place to start when looking for inspiration on how to join all the party details together and how to adapt your birthday invitation wording to suit the style of your event!

Christopher Phillips

requests the pleasure of your company

at a dinner party

in honour of his

50th Birthday

at [Venue]

on Saturday, the twenty-third of August

at seven o'clock in the evening


Please join me in wishing

a very happy birthday

to my sister Olivia

as she turns 30,

with an evening of cocktails and dancing

at [Venue]

on Friday, 28th March

from 7:00 pm


Look who’s turning 21!

Join the party

on Saturday, 18th September

from 7 pm

at [Venue]

Drinks and dancing till late!

Please join us to celebrate

Jake's 21st Birthday

with an evening of dinner and dancing

on Friday, 28th March

from 7:00 pm

at [Venue]

Let us know if you can join the party

before 20th March


Please join us in celebrating

our Father's 50th Birthday

with a dinner party

at [Venue]

on Saturday, 23rd August

at seven o'clock in the evening.

Hosted by his daughters

Olivia and Louise Harrison.


It’s time to party…

Connor is turning 40!

Join us on Saturday, 18th September

Cocktails at 18.30

Followed by dinner at 19.30

RSVP before the 10th September

Birthday invitation wording ideas by party style

Whilst the above examples of generic birthday invitation wording can be adapted for any party style, you can also take a look at some of our party invitation wording for specific types of events. Don’t forget that these birthday invitation wording examples are only suggestions, so feel free to get creative with birthday poems or even puns to suit your party theme!

Garden Party Invitations

Join us for a garden party

to celebrate Daniel’s

40th Birthday.

Saturday, 27th August

from 2 pm


A barbecue, Pimm’s and lawn games await!


Cocktail Party Invitations


Raise a glass to Sarah

as she turns 30.

Join us for cocktails and canapés

at [Venue]

on Saturday, 27th August

at 7 pm.


Fancy dress party invitations

You are invited to a

1920s fancy dress party

in honour of Olivia’s

30th Birthday.

on Saturday, 27th August

at 7 o’clock in the evening

Don’t forget your flapper dress

or your gangster suit!

Surprise Party Invitations

Can you keep a secret?

Jake is turning 30!

We have decided to surprise him with a party

so please join us to celebrate

on Saturday, 27th August at 7 pm

at [Venue]

Please arrive early so that we can prepare the surprise!


Dinner Party Invitations

We would love for you

to join us for dinner

to celebrate John's 50th birthday

on Saturday, 27th August

at 7 o’clock in the evening


Dress code: Black tie


Tea Party Invitations

It’s time for tea!

Please join us for afternoon tea

to celebrate Mary’s

80th Birthday!

on Saturday, 27th August

at 2 o’clock in the afternoon  

at [Venue]


Create party invitations for other special occasions

All of the text on our birthday invitations can be personalised, allowing you to use these invites for any other special occasion. A simple change of party invitation wording is all it takes to turn our birthday invitations into everything from baby shower invitations to engagement party invitations. Whilst there are endless reasons why you may wish to throw a party, here are a few examples of party invitation wording that you can use to invite your friends and family to celebrate your important milestones.

Engagement Party Invitations

Willow and Callum are engaged!

Please join them for

drinks and a BBQ

to celebrate this wonderful news!

on Saturday, 27th August at 7 pm



Housewarming Invitations

We have finally unpacked all the boxes

so we are ready to party!

Please join us for a housewarming party at our new home


on Saturday, 27th August

at 7 o’clock in the evening



Leaving Party invitations

Please join us in wishing Olivia

a fond farewell.

We are sending her off to her next adventure

with a party

on Saturday, 27th August at 7 pm


Baby shower Invitations

A new baby is on the way,

so let’s celebrate with a special day!

Join us for a baby shower for Natasha.

Saturday, 27th August

4 pm



Anniversary invitations

Mr and Mrs Christopher Phillips

request the pleasure of your company

at a dinner party in honour of their

Golden Wedding Anniversary

at [Venue]

on Saturday, the twenty-third of August

at seven o'clock in the evening


Retirement party invitations

Daniel is retiring!

Please join us in celebrating

his well-earned retirement

at a dinner party

at [venue]

on Saturday, 27th August at 7 pm

If you still can’t find the perfect words to invite your loved ones to your party, then do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly customer service team. We will be more than happy to help you create the perfect party invitations for your special event! Our proofreaders will also check your party invitation wording to make sure that there are no spelling mistakes and that the tone of your invitation wording matches the style of your party. 

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40+ Birthday Invitation Wording Ideas for Every Milestone

Birthday invitation wording: A sprinkled donut with a birthday candle

Here we are, with another year passed — it’s time to put together a birthday bash! Whether you’re planning a birthday party for yourself or hosting one for your little one, a family member, or a friend, you’ll want everyone you know and love to gather in the celebration. To garner excitement for the special day (and ensure everyone RSVPs “Yes!”) we’re sharing some fun birthday invitation wording ideas to include.

Below we wrote our favorite, snappy one-liners and spunky invitation verbiage. While we’re sure you can wordsmith your way to a wonderfully crafted message, hopefully these offer a starting point. Be sure to include important details such as the time, date, and location of the party, and whether there’s a party theme (if you’re cool like that).

Kids Birthday Invitation Wording Ideas

Birthday invitation wording: A kid's birthday invite that reads "I'm numero 1"

Design: Chica Design

Let’s reiterate something you already know: Kids’ birthdays trump adult birthdays any day of the week. They always have ice cream, they serve cake with real gluten, and the chances of seeing a pony or bounce house are extraordinarily high. Whether you’re looking for 5th or 1st birthday invitation wording ideas, hopefully these snappy sentences get you started:

  • Our little bun is turning one! Join us for a first birthday party at Herald’s Creek at noon on May 6th.
  • The terrible twos are officially upon us! Join us for a 2nd birthday celebration this Saturday afternoon.
  • Our little girl is turning 6, going on 16. Join us for a 6th birthday where both kids and adults are welcome.
  • Matthew is TWO cool for school … and we’re throwing him a special birthday on Saturday.
  • It’s going to be a wild ONE. Join us for Elizabeth’s first birthday!
  • We’re planning lots of joy for our little boy. Henry is turning 3 on July 1st!
  • Our little one is finally turning one year old. To celebrate the best 12 months of our lives, join us for a BBQ and lots of fun in our backyard.
  • Someone is in for one lucky year. Join us for a lucky number 7 birthday celebration for Kyle.
  • Come help us celebrate her regal FIVE-ness: A certain princess is celebrating a 5th birthday this week.

Surprise Birthday Party Invitation Wording

Birthday invitation wording: An invite that reads "Shh...It's a surprise"

Design: PrettyMeJoy

If you’re spearheading the mission impossible of throwing a surprise birthday party, you’ll have to keep all invitation wording under lock and key. To prevent your friends from spilling the beans, try sending invitations with these (quite obvious) hints:

  • Your lips better be sealed: We’re hosting a surprise 40th birthday party for Thomas.
  • Classified information: Join us for a surprise party for Janet’s 60th!
  • Gather together, co-conspirators: Our mission is to keep Bella’s 25th’s surprise party under wraps.
  • Psst … It’s a secret! Now, how do you say “Happy birthday!” in morse code?
  • Shhh … it’s a cloak and dagger affair: Join us for a surprise party for Allen’s 35th birthday bash.

Invitation Wording Ideas for High School and College Birthdays

Birthday invitation wording: An invite that reads "Pamela's 21st Birthday"

Design: Claudia Owen

Some of the best birthdays of your life can be celebrated throughout high school and into college. You have so many milestones to celebrate: getting your driver’s license, gaining the right to vote, and turning the legal drinking age. As you shimmy, dance, and shake your way through your teens and into your twenties, try sending out invitations with these fun announcements:

  • Sip, sip, hurray — it’s finally my 21st birthday!
  • It’s Taco Twenty-TWOsday! Join me as I kick off my birthday fiesta. (Sombreros welcome, but not required).
  • It’s my sweet 16! Come celebrate as I get behind the wheel for the first time (no need to be afraid).
  • I’m turning 17! One more year until I can vote, 18 more years ’till I become president.
  • My 21st birthday is finally here, and gifts are 100% accepted — Tylenol, Gatorade, and Advil requested.
  • Oh for goodness sake, let’s just eat some gluten already. Join me for my 18th birthday, and let me eat cake!
  • I may not be legal, but at least I’m not a teenager anymore. Join me for a night out for my 20th birthday bash.
  • I’m turning 21 and doing it right — come out and help me remember any important details of the night!

Adult Birthday Invitation Wording

Birthday invitation wording: An invite that reads "Let's celebrate Allison's 30th"

Design: Jessica Williams

Some say that after college, the only important birthdays end in five or zero. Well excuse us, but we believe every — and yes, we mean every — adult birthday should be celebrated. Peruse these invitation wording ideas to invite your family, friends, and loved ones over for your annual birthday bash.

  • I’m thirty, flirty, and thriving — join me as I wave goodbye to my twenties.
  • I’m wild, single, and still free, join me as I turn thirty-three.
  • My roaring twenties are drawing to a close. Help me celebrate as I turn 29!
  • On this day your Queen was born, and she requires the gift of your presence (yes, I totally just spoke of myself in the third person).
  • I’m 45 and feelin’ alive, come join me as I waltz into the second half of my forties.
  • I’m aging like a fine glass of wine (and plan on drinking plenty of ’em). Join me for my 30th birthday!
  • Oh, hey-ooo, I’m turning the big 3-oh! Come out on the town as I toast to my thirties. (We’ll be back in bed by 10, I promise).
  • There’s absolutely no reason to act your age. Join me for my thirt — twenty-first birthday bash.
  • It’s my dirty thirty, join me Saturday night for lots of birthday fun.
  • 39 and lookin’ fine, come clink some glasses and pour some wine. Come over for a small get together for the last year of my thirties!

Birthday Wording for Milestone Celebrations

Birthday invitation wording: An invite that reads "The big five oh"

Design: Signature Greenvelope

Every decade, it’s fun to stop, take a look around, and celebrate another ten years of life, love, and surprises. Whether you’re throwing a birthday celebration for your parents, favorite aunt, or grandma who doesn’t act a day over 22, these milestone birthday invitation ideas will gather everyone together for the event.

  • Eat, drink, and turn sixty — join us as we wish Karen a very special 60th birthday!
  • Raise your glasses (and one finger) to the ultimate F word: Carole is turning fifty!
  • Life? She’s totally nailed it— Betty is turning ninety!
  • She’s turning 50 and is totally fab, gather with us for Lily’s party (held at our pad).
  • Let’s toast to cheers, beers, and another 50 years! Judy is turning half a century old, and we’re asking you to celebrate with us.
  • Cheers to 40 years! Join us for a dinner party and cocktails as Jenn hits the big 4-Ohhhh.
  • 60 and aged to perfection. Let’s raise our wine glasses in honor of Brad’s 60th birthday.
  • Not everyone gets to turn 39 … twice! Join us for Jessica’s second last year of her thirties.

3-2-1, Your Birthday Countdown Has Officially Begun

From all of us at Greenvelope, we hope you have an absolutely wonderful birthday. Once you choose your birthday invitation wording, it’s time to select your invitation design. Luckily for you, Greenvelope has over 400 birthday designs for every annual milestone. Simply select your card, customize the text with your chosen invitation wording, and send it to all your family and friends.

Greenvelope fires off your invitations to your guests’ inboxes in just a few minutes. Using our advanced guest tracking system, you can message guests, track RSVPs, and send reminders for the big event. Now all you have to do is stay patient as you countdown to the celebration.

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29 Birthday Invitation Wording Ideas as Unique as They Come!

Planning a birthday party can be a fun experience, especially if it’s for a loved one or a friend. Figuring out birthday invitation wording, on the other hand, can be quite the task, especially if you’re not as creative with words as you’d like to be.

When it comes to creating your DIY invitations, you’ll want to know exactly what needs to be inside of the invitations and how to make them stand out.

Below are our favorite examples of birthday party invitation wording for a wide assortment of events.

The Most Important Information

Before you start getting into the creative aspects, it’s first essential to consider the necessary information every attendee will need to have in the invitation.

This info will include who the party is for, where the party is hosted, and what time. Depending on the type of event, for example, a formal birthday party, you may want to include extra information such as the dress code.

✓ Date: It’s most vital for you to let your guests know the exact date of the event so that they can schedule their time accordingly.

You won’t want people to assume you’re hosting the party on their actual birthday when you intend to have the event the following weekend.

✓ Time: Be sure to include when you want your guests to arrive, as you’ll want to make sure the party is ready to go before your doorbell rings.

There may be some family members you should invite a little earlier to help you set up, if necessary. Most important is the guest of honor, as you’ll want to make sure the party is ready before they arrive.

✓ Venue: Along with the date and time, you’ll need to let your guests know where they should be heading for the party.

If you’re hosting something at a local restaurant, you’ll also want to include any reservation information that guests will need as they arrive.

Even if you intend to host the event at your house, you’ll need to provide a full address that works with GPS.

✓ Theme: If you’re planning a birthday party with a specific theme, you’ll want to include that in the invitation as well.

This point is especially essential for children’s and teen parties, as it can give guests an idea of what type of gifts to buy.

For example, if your child is interested in Paw Patrol, you can host a Paw Patrol-themed party.

✓ Age: Unless you’re inviting people who are incredibly close to the guest of honor, it is always crucial for you to include their age.

This point is especially important for children, as guests will need to know what type of gifts to buy that are age-appropriate.

If you’re hosting a special milestone birthday such as a 21st bday party, you’ll want to include their age as well. When creating your invitations, their age will likely be the focal point of the design.

✓ RSVP Information: It’s always best if you have a clear idea of who intends to show up and who won’t be able to make it.

Having this information allows you to make the perfect amount of appetizers, order the right food, and even know what size birthday cake to buy or bake.

Make sure you include clear and easy RSVP information so your guests can get in contact with you quickly.

✓ Guest(s) of Honor: It might seem like common sense to include the name of the guest of honor in an invitation, but it is frequently forgotten.

Take special care to make sure your guests know who they are celebrating, especially if you’re throwing a joint birthday party. W

ith two birthday guests in one event, you’ll need to let your guests know they may want to consider buying two gifts.

✓ BYOB (Optional): For adult birthday parties, you’ll likely want to add a little bit of alcohol into the mix, whether it is wine or hard liquor.

At times, the best option is to have guests bring their beverages, especially when it comes to alcohol. It can be expensive and challenging to try to figure out what everyone likes to drink.

If you intend to serve booze, it’s a fantastic idea to encourage your guests to bring their own alcohol.

Birthday Invitation Wording

Now that you know all of the most critical information to put on your birthday party invitations, let’s get into the more creative part – birthday party invitation wording.

With these examples, you can bet you’ll make the most original messages possible that all of your guests will love.

Kids Birthday Invitation Wording

1. Superheroes

“Attention all superheroes, the city needs your help!superheroes kids birthday party

Come help (Guest of honor) save the day at their (age) birthday party!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Don’t forget to wear your super suits and bring your superpowers!”

2. Princes and Princesses

“Hear ye, hear ye!

By royal decree, you have been invited to

Prince/Princess (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday ball!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

3. 2-Year-Old Birthday Party

“We hear it’s time for those terrible 2’s!

Let’s all get together to celebrate!

You’re invited to (Guest of honor) ’s 2nd birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. Baby Birthday Party

“Oh, how time as flown,

We can’t believe how much she’ s/he’s grown!

Filled with love and fun,

Our baby is turning one!

You are invited to celebrate (Guest of honor) ’s 1st birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

5. Slumber Party Invitation

“Calling all of the birthday girl’ s/boy’s friends!slumber party

It’s time to get our favorite treats and movies,

For a fantastic birthday, slumber party!

You’re invited to celebrate (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

Funny Birthday Invitation Wording

1. 50th Birthday Party

“Oh my, say it isn’t so,

(Guest of honor’s turning the big FIVE-O!

Please join us to celebrate (Guest of honor) ’s 50th birthday!

An evening filled with music, dinner, and fun!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

2. Fun Kid’s Party

“Don’t be a party pooper, join in on the fun!

We’re having a fantastic celebration for

(Guest of honor)’s (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

3. Night Out Party

“It’s true, (Guest of honor) is so shocked to realize they’re turning (age)!Night Out Party

To help them cope with the news, we’re hosting a knee’s up at (venue)!

Bring your drinking hats and appetites; it’s going to be a wild ride.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. Drinking Party

“Let’s help (Guest of honor) through this most difficult time

With drinks, …drinks, and even more drinks!

We all know that (age) sucks, so let’s make it better!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

5. Hashtag Invitation

“Guess who’s #oldasf?

Join us in celebrating (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday

Filled with cakes and laughs!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

6. Annual Roast

“Roast and Toast to (guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday!

A night filled with barbecue, drinks, and debauchery.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Don’t forget to BYOB and bring your semi-appropriate jokes.”

Adult Birthday Invitation Wording

1. Drinks for All

“Cheers and beersdrinks party

Join us to celebrate (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

2. No-Gift Birthday

“Join us for a birthday party

To honor (Guest of honor)

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Join us for food and drinks to celebrate

(Guest of honor)’s (age) birthday.

No gifts, please.”

3. Milestone Birthday

“30 has never looked so good.

Please join us in helping (Guest of honor)

Ring in this fabulous time of their life at the age of 30.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. 30th Birthday

“30, flirty, and fabulous.

Let’s all get together to celebrate the life of

(Guest of honor) at her/his (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

5. Musical Birthday

“Please join us for an evening of Rock ’n Roll

Celebrating (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Filled with cocktails, dinner, and dancing”

Senior Birthday Invitation Wording

Mexican Themed Birthday1. Mexican Themed Birthday

“You’re invited to a fiesta!

You’ll definitely need a siesta after this birthday party.

It’s (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

2. Dinner and Drinks

“(Guest of honor) is one year older

But she won’t have any time to frown

When all of her best friends take her out on the town!

Please join us for dinner, dancing, and cocktails as we celebrate

(Guest of honor)

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

3. Casual Party

“Say it isn’t so…

(Guest of honor) is turning the big 6-0!

He didn’t want a party, he said, “No way!”

But after talking it over, we’re having one anyway!

Join us in celebrating (Guest of honor) ’s special day.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. Golf Party

“You’re invited to a special ‘PAR-TEE.’golf party

Celebrating (Guest of honor) ’s (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Don’t fore-get to bring your clubs!”

Surprise Birthday Invitation Wording

1. Shhh…

“Shhh, …it’s a surprise birthday!

Join us in celebrating (Guest of honor) ’s special day.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Don’t forget – it’s a secret!”

2. Don’t Blow It

“Oh dear, don’t blow it!

We’re hosting a surprise party for (Guest of honor)!

Please join us at (Date) | (Time) | (Address)

To celebrate his/her special day!

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

3. Fabulous Surprise


We’ve planned a fabulous party,

and you’re invited to show.

Be sure not to tell the birthday boy/girl,surprise party

because they do not know!

Join us for a super special surprise party for

(Guest of honor)’s (age) birthday!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. Top Secret

“This is a TOP SECRET invitation to

(Guest of honor)’s (age) birthday!

Please join us on (Date) at (Time) at (Address)

To celebrate their special day

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

Joint Birthday Invitation Wording

1. Kid’s Joint Birthday

“Uh oh…double the trouble!

(Guest of honor) and (Guest of honor) are celebrating their

(Age) birthday together!kids birthday party

Please join us in celebrating their special day.

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

2. Two Ages

“(Guest of honor) is turning (age) and

(Guest of honor is turning (age)!

You’re invited to celebrate their birthday

With friends and family on (Date) at (Time) at (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

We can’t wait to see you there!”

3. Joint Celebration

“Let’s all get together to celebrate

(Guest of honor) ’s (age)


(Guest of honor) ’s (age)

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

4. Double Celebration

“Double celebration, double the fun!

Please join us in celebrating

(Guest of honor) ’s and (Guest of honor) ’s birthdays!

Let’s eat, drink, and dance together!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)”

5. Wine Birthday

“Friends, merlot, snacks, and treats!wine party

We’re getting together to celebrate

(Guest of honor) and guest of honor

For their (age) birthdays!

(Date) | (Time) | (Address)

RSVP to (your name), (phone number), (RSVP deadline)

Don’t forget to bring your own wine!”


When you’re thinking of birthday party invitation wording, there are numerous ways you can put a few memorable phrases together.

The best thing you can do is get straight to the point, give all of the guests the information they need, and then choose the perfect design.

What makes invitations stand out is a combination of words and aesthetics! You can easily create ideal ideas with all of these great examples of birthday invitation wording.

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Invitations sample birthday

Birthdays are the best kind of celebration. It has been another year of life for your or your loved one and that is certainly reason to party. Whether you are planning your little one’s birthday bash, your buddy’s surprise party or your own soiree, you will need to send invitations.

In addition to requesting someone’s presence, sending invites is a great way to let your guests know information about the date, location and theme. Make the invitation your own with colors, fonts and designs. Be as extravagant or as simple as you want as long as you include those important details that your guests need to know.

Since finding the words is often the hardest part, we came up with a few birthday invitation wording examples to show how you can include the important details and still be fun! Once the planning is done, sit back, relax and get excited about all the fun birthday gifts you’ll get.

Birthday Invitation Wording for Kids

If your little one has a birthday coming up and you need help coming up with the perfect invitation, check out these themed kids birthday invitation wording examples for every type of party!

Superhero Birthday Invitation Wording

Attention superheroes, we need your help!

Come save the day at Tristan’s 11th birthday party!

August 19, 2019 | 2:00 PM | 123 Super Road

RSVP to Dad at 123.456.7890 by August 10th

Don’t forget your superpowers and super suits!

Halloween Birthday Invitation Wording

All ghouls and ghosts are invited to

Jamie’s 5th Spooktacular Birthday!

October 31, 2019 | 4:00 PM | 123 Boo! Road

RSVP to Mom at 123.456.7890 by October 20th

Don’t forget your costume!

Royal Birthday Invitation Wording

Here ye, here ye!

By royal decree, you are hereby invited to

Princess/Prince Kendall’s 9th Birthday!

September 20, 2019 | 6:00 PM | 123 Royalty Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by September 10th

Animal Birthday Invitation Wording

Calling all party animals!

Join us for a wild time as we celebrate Taylor’s 8th Birthday!

July 7, 2019 | 4:00 PM | 123 Jungle Road

RSVP to Mom at 123.456.7890 by July 1st

Surprise Birthday Invitation Wording


Your next mission is to surprise Agent Jordan on his

12th birthday!

All agents should report to:

123 Secret Road on May 27th at 3:00 PM

Confirm with special agent Mommy at 123.456.7890

Remember, this is a top secret so don’t give away the surprise!

1st Birthday Invitation Wording

He/she is sweet as sugar and so much fun

Come and party because Hayden is 1!

June 26, 2019 | 10:00 AM | 123 Cutie Road

RSVP to Mom at 123.456.7890 by June 20th

Under the Sea Birthday Invitation Wording

Splish Splash at Brandon’s Birthday Bash!

Please join us for a celebration

Sunday October 28 | 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by October 20th


Birthday Invitation Wording for Adults

It is hard to come up with the perfect birthday invitation wording for an adult’s party. Finding that balance between too childish and too crass can be a challenge. Browse through these ideas for every type of party for some inspiration!

50th Birthday Invitation Wording

Aged to perfection

Est. 1969 | 40 years

Please join us for a celebration in honor of John Smith

August 30, 2019 | 7:00 PM | 123 Quality Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by August 22nd

40th Birthday Invitation Wording

Let’s Celebrate!

Join us in celebrating Julie’s 10th anniversary of turning 30!

December 12th, 2019 | 4:00 PM | 123 Party Road

RSVP to Mom at 123.456.7890 by December 6th

General Birthday Invitation Wording

Let’s Celebrate!

Jaden is turning 35!

Please join us for drinks and desserts on September 13th

9:00 PM | 123 Party Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by September 3rd

Surprise Birthday Invitation Wording

Shhh…It’s a surprise!

Ryan is turning 25!

Join us for a surprise birthday celebration for the man/woman of the hour!

November 10th, 2019 | 8:00 PM | 123 Gotcha Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by November 3rd


Funny Birthday Invitation Wording

If you are planning a party for a goofball, try one of these funny birthday invitation wording ideas. These invites are sure to have your guests laughing!

Funny 30th Birthday Invitation Wording

Stacey is turning 30 and she is wining about it.  

Come join us for wine and desserts as we celebrate

Stacey’s 30th birthday!

June 23, 2019 | 7:30 PM | 123 Merlot Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by June 15th

Funny 40th Birthday Invitation Wording

In dog years, I am dead

Come help us celebrate Jack’s 40th birthday

July 11, 2019 | 6:00 PM | 123 Dog Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by July 5th

Dinner will be provided.

Funny 50th Birthday Invitation Wording

I am not 50! I am 25 with 25 years of experience.

You are invited to a dinner party on the 5th of September.

4:00 PM | 123 Experience Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by August 27th

Funny Adult Birthday Invitation Wording

In the year 1990

Tim Berners-Lee created the first web server • Nelson Mandela was released from prison • launch of the Hubble Space Telescope • “The Simpsons” is aired on Fox for the first time • Home Alone was the Top Grossing movie • Smoking banned on all flights

Best of all, Charlie Smith was born!

Come celebrate with us!

July 30, 2019 | 7:00 PM | 123 Events Road

RSVP at 123.456.7890 by July 22nd


What to Write on a Birthday Invitation

Be as creative as you would like on the birthday invitation wording! Give your guests a taste of the party you are planning with the perfect wording and beautiful design. Make sure you include all the important details by following these tips:


  • Include the name of the honoree.
  • Use colorful language that matches your theme.
  • Mention the date, time and address.
  • List contact information and date to RSVP.
  • Provide extra details (ex: wear a costume or bring a date).


  • Ask for gifts.
  • Forget to mention if it is a surprise party.
  • Be too vague.

Now that you have decided on the perfect birthday invitation wording, it is time to plan the perfect party. Don’t forget to get the perfect gift for your little one or your best bud! Whether they are having a monster bash or a sophisticated soiree, a personalized gift will make them feel extra special.

Birthday Party invite sample 3

The years just flew
and before she knew it
she's 5 decades old
and accustomed to it!
Help us celebrate
Helen Huntry's
50th Birthday
on November 5th
at 1:30 p.m.
Rose Garden Cafe
83 Terry Avenue

Regrets only to Sara Grant

Emily is turning 21!
Please be her guest at a
Birthday Bash
on Saturday, October 18th
Appetizers at 7 p.m.
Cake at 8 p.m.
Games at 8:30 p.m.
Mark Bell's House
1299 Cambell Street

Please join me in wishing
a very happy birthday
to my Sister
Christa Maple
for turning the big 3-0
on Friday, November 21st,
at 7 o'clock
The Revolving Rooftop Restaurant
88 7th Avenue
Princeton, NJ

Regrets only to Rebecca Maple
813-888-9696 or [email protected]

The big 5-0 is approaching fast
Brett is over the hill at last!

Come celebrate and spread some cheer
And let Brett know he's old this year!

Brett's 50th Birthday Party

Saturday, March 15th
8:00 pm
Brett and Michelle's Home
128 Pelican Way
Hightstown, Missouri

RSVP to 265-8934

Put on your tie
Slip on your dress

It's Caitlin's Birthday
so let's dress to impress

Please join me
for a classy night of
dinner, dancing and fun
to celebrate my birthday

Friday, July 16th
7:00 pm until 12:00 am
Chez Paris Restaurant

RSVP to 328-9276

Friendships are one of the few things that improve with age
The family and friends of
Nate Hempstead
invite you to celebrate his
43rd Birthday and a lifetime of good friendship
on May 15th at 6:30 p.m.
14765 Mayworth Court
Melbourne, IN

Please join us in celebrating our Father's
50th Birthday
Thursday, May 15, 2018
at 7 o'clock in the evening
Old San Juan Restaurant
877 Missouri Avenue
Oakdale, MI

Jeff Langston and Lisa Micheal

Surprise! Surprise!
Help us celebrate
Mark Deed's 35th Birthday
on Saturday, June 5th
Cocktails - 5:00pm
Dinner - 6:30pm
Kalian's Restaurant
5478 East Park Boulevard
O'Malley, KS

Mark and Sophia Preston

We'll be chippin', dippin',
and margarita sippin'
as we celebrate

Renée's 35th Birthday

Join us for margaritas and munchies
Friday, November 30th
7:30 pm
Pablo's Restaurant

RSVP to Lou at 895-4476

Come celebrate one wonderful man
A surprise party is the elaborate plan!

So if he asks, you must tell lies
Spilling the secret would not be wise!

We'll laugh a lot and have some fun
Ray will surely remember this one!

Ray's Surprise Birthday Party
Saturday, April 22nd
7:00 - 11:00 pm
Neely's Restaurant
5487 Victory Blvd.

RSVP to Alice: 567-4201
SHHH... it's a surprise!

Let's boogie on the dance floor

It's Heidi's birthday, so don't be late

Heidi's Back to the 70s Birthday Party
Friday, May 8th
7:30 - 11:30 pm
Heidi & Bert's House
46 Josi Street

RSVP to 558-3320 by May 1st

It is too late!!!
He's over the hill...
Help us celebrate
Dan Smith's 65th Birthday
on Thursday, April 3rd
at 1 p.m.
Danvers Golf Club
67 Beth Lane
Danvers, Georgia



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