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How To Word a Wickedly Fun Halloween Party Invitation for Kids

Muah-ha-ha-ha...the most spooktacular time of the year is our favorite! We firmly believe Halloween is the best holiday of them all (sorry, Christmas lovers) because it’s all about FUN.

If you have young kids, throwing a Halloween party is practically a rite of passage. Whether you host an annual Halloween bash, or are finally caving to your children’s pleas for a party, we commend you on your bravery. Let the sugar high commence!

When it comes to inviting, just say no to the group text and instead send a real paper Halloween Party invitation. The little ghouls and goblins will love receiving mail! If you need ideas on how to word a Halloween Party invite for kids, read on for frightfully fun examples.

Featured invitation: Black Cat

1. A (Not So) Spooky Theme

A spooky theme that’s more sweet than scary is a really fun choice. Create an invite that features a friendly ghost and use this wording:

Let’s Get a Little Spooky!
Please join us for the
Hamilton Family’s
Halloween Party
October 31st at 4pm
The Hamilton House
345 Oak Street
Denver, Colorado
Please R.S.V.P. to:

Featured invitation: A Little Spooky

2. For a Witch-Themed Party

A witch-themed Halloween party for kids can be super cute, especially when you invite in hocus-pocus style:

Hocus Pocus!
Please join us for a wicked good time
Friday, October 28th
from 5 – 8pm
At Ella and Taliya’s House
642 Washington Avenue
wear your costume!
Please RSVP to Carol:
[email protected]

Featured invitation: Hocus Pocus

3. Focus on Sweet Treats

What goes best with Halloween? Treats! A party theme of “Tricks, Treats and Spooky Sweets” is fun whether you’re hosting a party for toddlers or teenagers. Invite with fun wording:

Tricks, Treats and Spooky Sweets!
Please join us on
Saturday, October 29th
From 6 – 9pm
for tricks and treats
at Hudson’s House
19 Virginia Street
Please RSVP to Eddie at 921-234-9382

Featured invitation: Tricks and Treats

4. For a Pumpkin Carving Party

Carving pumpkins is a Halloween tradition, and it’s even more fun with friends. If you’re throwing a kid’s pumpkin carving party, have fun with the wording:

Pumpkin Carving Party!
please join us on
Friday, October 29th
at 5:00 in the evening
at the Smith Home
110 Hazel Avenue
text your rsvp to the head witch: 532-202-1249
BYO Pumpkin | We’ll supply the tools and treats!

Featured invitation: Line-Up of Pumpkins

5. Let’s Make Some Memories

This might be our favorite kid’s Halloween party theme of all! Create memories that’ll last a lifetime and invite in sweet style too:

Magic, Mischief and Memories
Join the Murphy’s to
cast a spell and make some memories
Saturday, October 29th
From 7pm – 10pm
3436 Ellsworth Drive
Edina, Minnesota
RSVP 612-342-4837

Featured invitation: Mischief and Memories

6. A Monster Themed Party

A whimsical monster theme is a great choice for Halloween and this wording will make the kids smile:

Calling All Monsters!
All goblins & ghouls are welcome
at the
Walker's Annual Halloween Party
Friday, October 31st at 7pm
Walker Haunted Mansion
1600 Timber Avenue
RSVP by October 20th

Featured invitation: Calling All Monsters

7. For a Kid’s Costume Party

The best part of Halloween is wearing your costume, right? Throwing a kid’s Halloween costume party is so much fun! From superheroes to princesses to cardboard robots, seeing all those littles dressed up brings just as much joy to the adults as it does to the children. Invite with extra creative wording:

Please join us for a
Costume Party!
Friday, October 21st at 7pm
at the Henry Home
642 Eagle Creek Drive
RSVP to Jane at 837-292-0923
If You’ve Got It, Haunt It!
Prizes awarded for best costume

Featured invitation: A Spooky Night


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