30th Birthday Wording Invitation?

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A 30th birthday is a major milestone in a person's life and should be celebrated with a party. If you're having a party, you may need help with wording the invitations for a 30th birthday. Besides the usual information about where and when the party is going to take place, don't forget to give the time the party will start and end, or you may have people who don't want to go home. You also want to say who is throwing the party, so people have an idea of who to respond to. An idea for a cute saying to put on the invitation might be, 'Its time to say goodbye to my roaring 20s. Im ready to tackle my 30s. Be with me as I welcome the new decade in my life. Lets party hardy!'
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1. State the reason for the event. Start your invitation with a phrase that says you are celebrating a 30th birthday. Try a simple sentence like, "Join in the celebration of
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Guess who's turing 30? Not me! It's (sister in law's name) and I want you there to surprise her! Everyone, please dress in black and white to remind her of what is to come! Source
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Websites like Invite Shop, Zazzle, Purple Trail, Punch Bowl, Paper Style, Friends Invited, eDaily Post, Invitation Box, Invitations-In Style and Party City.
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Overalls, with one strap hanging down. A hat turned sideways. Striped shirt. Untied shoelaces (but be careful!) You could always be and older "kid" and wear pants sagging
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