9 Unique Christmas Party Invitation Ideas

9 Unique Christmas Party Invitation Ideas

Christmas is all about having fun and entertaining your guests, whether it’s for a small party or a huge Christmas ball. Invitations play a vital role in driving attendees to your along with event marketing strategies. Make sure to Sign up with us while creating your Christmas events to access a host of event ticketing features

Every event presenter uses the same old methods to invite their attendees, which is why we bring to you these 9 Quirky Christmas party invitation ideas.

1. Traditional Card Invites

This is an old-school technique yet an effective way of reaching out to your chosen audiences. Despite today’s advanced digitalization, some companies still send out personalized invites to their attendees. 

If you’re planning a Christmas event, use traditional methods to invite your guest as it lends a personal touch. Design and send a beautiful Christmas invitation with your event details that will pop a Christmas tree when they open the card. For listing your event details online, you can always utilize our Online Ticket Store.

2. Handcrafted Card

If you’re a creative event presenter who scored A+ in arts & crafts, and you’re planning a small event, you can go for a DIY Christmas card on Santa’s stocking. You can also make a cute snowman using cardboard and add your event details to it. Voila! Your handcrafted card is ready.

3. Back To Back Events

Planning multiple events this holiday season? Keep those Christmas event flyers ready while your current event is going on. Giveaway the flyers soon after the event is over. That’s how your existing attendees will know about the exciting Christmas party you’re about to host. 

Pro-Tip: Ensure none of the flyers are thrown away by giving them a discount coupon or a promo code that they can use while buying your event tickets.

4. Banners Here Banners There

Use banners in public transport like buses, metros, malls, public parks, and trains to promote your event. When your attendees see them everywhere, your Christmas event will automatically register into their minds and have them eager to attend it.

5. Christmas Event Gift Box Invite

Elite parties require elite invitations. Depending on the volume of attendees, you can create a small gift hamper along with your party invitations for your exclusive guests. It can be Grandma’s Chocolate chip cookies or a bag filled with candies along with your event invitation. Pack it all together to make it the best combination of chocolates and a perfect way to invite your attendees.

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6. Eat It Up

Create your Christmas invite on an edible scroll or a tree-shaped edible chocolate sheet. With this party invitation idea, you’re not wasting paper, passing on the message and they get to taste multi-flavored chocolates. 

Pro-Tip: Ask your attendees to click a picture of the invite and share it online to trigger brand engagement on social media.

7. Miniature Liquor Labels

While Christmas is all about eating, drinking, and having fun, give your attendees miniature liquor bottles as a form of invitation. While you create a mini label with your party invite, make sure to add your event details with a clear font. 

How about organizing a Soul-Stirring Pub Crawl to keep the spirits high?

8. Personalized Emails

One of the most personalized ideas of getting your word to the attendee is email marketing. Use Christmas templates and GIFs to design your invite. Personalize your email templates and use effective email marketing tools to send out your Christmas event invites and watch your event turnout become merrier than ever

9. Themed Social Media Posts

Roll out offers, contests, and offer freebies to buy tickets to your event with a Christmas-themed social media campaign. Offer referral rewards for getting their friends and family on board for your event. If done right, social media can help you achieve the status of a sold-out event.

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