If you want to host a special lunch party, before drafting up your menu you should start by creating an elegant Lunch Invitation.
Although you may think nothing of it, creating an invitation is actually a very important part of the process. It should provide the recipient with all of the necessary information they will need for the party and how to prepare for it. This could include information on the dress code (if there is one) or what sort of activities to expect at the party. The beauty of an invitation to lunch is that you don’t necessarily need to mail it. Using email to send an invitation is perfectly acceptable, particularly if you are holding a professional and formal lunch for which case you may decide to send a Business Lunch Invitation.
In the invitations themselves, there are certain formalities that must be accounted for in terms of content and design. That is why we recommend using one of our editable templates to create an original invitation for lunch. They are perfect for every lunch occasion, be it formal or informal.
For a full list of Lunch Invitation templates please feel free to check out our library below.
When drafting an email for a Lunch Invitation, the structure will differ slightly from those sent by mail. If you have decided that email is the best and most convenient option for you, take into account our tips and hints below to ensure that you do not miss any important information:
It will not always be possible for you to attend a special lunch after being invited, so the declining reply must be written correctly in order for it to be polite and not to offend the host. No matter if you were invited verbally, by email, or by mail you should follow this general structure for declining a Lunch Invitation:
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