Family time is important, but we know that getting the whole family in the same place at the same time can be a bit of a task. We’re here to make the process of inviting and managing your guests much easier, with online family gathering invitations that allow you to track RSVPs and send reminders at the click of a button!
Family gathering invitations
If you’re getting the family together to celebrate, no matter how big or small, kick off your party planning with family get-together invitations from Paperless Post. Whether you’re hosting a garden party, boozy brunch, or big family cookout, we’ve got the perfect invitation design for you.
- Floral family gathering invitations: Get your guests in the mood for a grand garden get-together with floral invite templates from Liberty, Happy Menocal, and Oscar de la Renta. With beautiful scenes of wildflower meadows, these invitation designs are sure to impress your guests.
- BBQ family get-together invitations: Holding a BBQ or pig roast for your family gathering? Choose invite templates such as “Pig,” “Stacked,” “Brat Stars,” and “Ivory Plain” to get your guests’ taste buds tingling ahead of the big day.
- Drinks gathering invitations: If you’re planning to pop prosecco or grab a few beers at your event, treat your guests to a drinks-themed family gathering invitation such as “Lemonade” or “Join Us”.
- Minimal family gathering invitations: If your style is more elegant and simplistic, choose a minimally modern design by Kelly Wearstler, Sugar Paper, or The Indigo Bunting.
- Photo family get-together invitations: Add some fun and personality into your family get-together invitations with photo templates such as “Underscore”, “Family Home”, or “Split Screen,” and add up to six images to make your invite stand out.
Family gathering invitation message
So, what details should you include as part of your family gathering invitation message? Be sure to include the date, time, and location of the event. You could also include directions to the event venue and an RSVP deadline.
If you’re hosting a large number of people, it might be a good idea to let your guests know if they need to bring anything, for example: “Bring beers and burger buns for the BBQ bash of the year.”
Family gathering ideas
Not sure of what to do for your next family get-together? Here’s a list of some of our favorite family gathering ideas:
- BBQ: Ask your guests to each bring a food item e.g., sauces, salads, bread, etc.
- Garden party: Cocktails and canapés in the garden!
- Brunch: Prosecco and pancakes are a winning combination.
- Games night: Ask each of your guests to bring a game to play.
- Treasure hunt: Hide presents and chocolate around the venue for children to find using a treasure map!