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Save The Date Christmas Party

Deck the halls and check your (guest) list twice, it’s almost time for Christmas! If you’re celebrating with a Christmas party, it can be a good idea to let your guests know as early as possible. The best way to do that is with a save the date Christmas party card. We all know how busy December can get, and there’s a very small number of weekends and evenings available, so you want to get on the calendar as fast as possible to make sure your guests can attend. 

For a large, important, Christmas party, you should try to send your Christmas save the date cards at least 2 months ahead to give everyone plenty of notice. For a party like that, it’s no different to any other large party, wedding or other event. If you’re spending money planning the party, it’s crucial that people attend! They need notice to be able to do this. It can feel a little ahead of yourself to be talking about Christmas in September or October, but once your guests get over the brief shock of what time of year it is, they will be glad you were organised and didn’t leave things to a mad rush in December. 

If you’re really worried about getting the ball rolling on your save the date holiday party cards too early in the year, consider choosing a design that doesn’t look too Christmas-themed, so your guests don’t get too much of a shock. You can save Santa, holiday lights, mistletoe and nativity scenes for the Christmas party invitation itself, when everyone’s getting in the spirit. The final invitation should be sent out about 3 weeks before the party, close enough to the event that people aren’t going to put it aside and forget about it. 

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