I am having a 75th birthday party for my father-in-law who is a huge hunter. I am having the guests come dressed in camo. I need help wording the invitation with that in there. Any ideas?
By Lesley from Nashville
The phrase "Hit me with your best shot!" might come in handy on those invites. Perhaps you could take a page from formal invitations that indicate dress as "Dress: Formal Attire" (or something like that). Yours could be "Dress: Hunting Attire". You might want to offer suggestions for those invited that are not in the hunting loop, I know I would need it. (01/10/2010)
This isn't what you're asking about, but I thought you might be interested.
Now to your question, take a look at this.
The terrain is rough. The prey is crafty.
But the great white hunter is
once again on the prowl.
Suit up in your cammies and join the hunt.
As (name) stalks a new deadlier prey -
the mighty 75th year.
His hunting party forms at
(time) on (date)
near (father's name) campsite.
He has pitched his camp at his favorite site -
Come armed and dressed to drive
hunter and prey into the battle of the year.
Send your confirmation and ammo will be on hand.
Further details can be obtained from the guide (name and number of person throwing party). (01/10/2010)
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