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Tell Dad to sit back and relax—he’s earned the day off. Plan a small gathering of immediate family and maybe a few friends, a larger gathering of all the family dads, or get the whole neighborhood together... Read more.
Tell Dad to sit back and relax—he’s earned the day off. Plan a small gathering of immediate family and maybe a few friends, a larger gathering of all the family dads, or get the whole neighborhood together for a lively backyard BBQ or potluck. However you choose to celebrate the family patriarch, you can find the perfect way to gather the troops in our collection of Father’s Day invitations.
Even though it’s supposed to be his day “off,” if he’s typically master of the grill, he may or may not want to share this task. Giving him a chance to show off his grilling skills may be the best gift of all, so go all out with a Father’s Day BBQ invite to match the gingham-print tablecloth. For hints of lawn games and other outdoor activities, you’ll find designs featuring a nod to Dad’s excellent or less-than-excellent golf skills and lawn-mowing skills. If none of those things are quite your dad’s speed (or your style), you’ll find modern typographic designs perfect for a Father’s Day dinner invitation and ones with a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor. Those who would rather cut to the chase can use an invitation featuring a few frosty mugs of beer—a crowd-pleaser for young and old alike.
When you’ve settled on the best Father’s Day celebration invitation, use the online design tool to personalize every pertinent detail. Pick out new fonts, type colors, an envelope liner, and online backdrop that best suit you (and of course, Dad) and suits your Father’s Day invitation template. Putting together the guest list is as simple as clicking through the online address book—it’s helpfully pre-stocked with past party guests, but also able to import contacts from yours and the guest-of-honor’s personal email accounts. Keep an eye on the projected attendance with online RSVP tracking so you know to stock the cooler accordingly. When the day’s wrapped up, put a few family photos in the event’s online gallery. Dad will appreciate the memories every other day of the year.
If you can’t be there to celebrate Father’s Day with your dad, schedule and send a quick Father’s Day card in advance -- you’ll be glad you did.