Timing of invitations

(6 Posts)
BackforGood Thu 25-Oct-12 16:44:55

2 weeks is plenty of notice. Any more than that and I'm likely to forget grin

MirandaWest Thu 25-Oct-12 16:38:35

My DS is having his party on 25th November (as his friend is having his on 24th grin). Also not sure when the invitations will get handed out smile

imperialstateknickers Thu 25-Oct-12 16:37:15

I think just after ht. They'll all lose them/forget them in the excitement of breaking up, and you'll have to ring everyone up in a couple of weeks.

PinkChampagneandStrawberries Thu 25-Oct-12 16:35:52

After if I got it before I would probably put it away and forget about it

vodkaanddietirnbru Thu 25-Oct-12 16:34:28

well you dont want to give them out too early or too late. I would probably leave it until after half term as 3 weeks is plenty of notice. DD is handing out her invites tomorrow for her bowling party that is on 10th November (only picked up the invitations today!)

Gargula Wed 24-Oct-12 22:35:25

This is a total non-problem but for some reason I'm tying myself in knots about it.

Ds's birthday party is 24th November. So do I hand out invites this week (before half term - just over four weeks before) or leave it until after half term (just under three weeks before party date).

I don't understand why but I just can't decide.

Someone tell me what to do!!

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