Housewarming Party Invitations Tips

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What is the difference between an Open House or Housewarming Party?

Housewarming vs. Open House

A housewarming party is a party to celebrate someone's new home. You can bring a gift or a card to congratulate the new homeowner. Generally the housewarming is at the new house so people can tour through and see the entire home.

An open house can be held for a housewarming party, a business can hold to show off their facility or new products, a school to show off their facilities, a person can have for a holiday party. It basically opens up the location for people to come and visit, take a look around and make themselves comfortable and enjoy the event they are attending.

You can write your housewarming party invitation or your open house invitation in many different styles.

Formal Invitation for an Open House:
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Sams
cordially invite you for Cocktails and Caviar and an evening at home
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, December 10, 2006 six o'clock
310 Wildwood Lane
The favor of a reply is requested 555-555-5555

Casual Invitation for an Open House:
The last box is unpacked!
Come join us for an afternoon of Refreshments and Merriment at our Open House
Saturday, May twenty-seventh
at one o'clock
2804 Fall Creek Evansville, Indiana 47711
James, Nora, Bryant, Will and Emily
R.s.v.p. (555) 555-5555 Bring the kids!

Or:
Housewarming Party
Join us for a Housewarming Party
Saturday, March 13th at 4:00 pm
The Gibson Family 893 Ridge Drive Newark
R.s.v.p. 555-5555

   
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