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July 15, 2008

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April

If I am hosting a housewarming party, but the party is at the person's house, should I still put my address on the envelope?

Tae'

This site has been very helpful with Planning my ball. thanks for your help !

Bixie

I've always had such a hard time trying to plan a party, get invites out, keep track of RSVPs, etc etc etc. But I recently figured out how I can stay on top of attendees with Zoomerang's Event Planning Survey Center. Especially useful are the Pre/During/Post-Event templates, which you can find here: http://snurl.com/eventplanners

Brian

Sue,

There is a comma before the at, so you were correct.

Sue

On an informal invitation, how is the day, date and time indicated.

Sunday, November 22, 2009, at 11:00 a.m.

Is there a comma before the at?

Thanks,
Sue

Party Planner

Invitation should be followed up by a personal phone call. Make sure you also have a checklist to confirm all the RSVP.

Cheers! Party on!

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Could u suggest me some themes for employees awards & rewards evening

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