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Fraternity party invitations

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Throwing a fraternity party is a time-honored tradition for many college students. From celebrating a big win to welcoming a new class of freshmen, there are plenty of reasons to host a fraternity party. These events are an excellent opportunity for friends to come together and have a good time, and they can be especially beneficial for incoming freshmen, who may otherwise lack social connections on campus. As with any other type of party, though, there are a few things you can do ahead of time to make sure your frat party is a positive experience for everyone involved.

Designing your fraternity party invitation

Setting the tone for a night to remember begins with your fraternity party invite. Not only does a perfectly designed invitation announce your party to your guests, but it also gives them a taste of what's to come. Whether you're hosting a small get-together or a large-scale event, you can give your guests VIP treatment with the help of Paperless Post. Choose from a wide variety of fraternity party invitation designs, customize your chosen template, and keep track of who's coming to create an unforgettable experience for your guests.

When to send fraternity party invitations

The best time to send a frat party invitation will vary depending on your situation. However, there are a few general guidelines you can follow to help you determine when to send out your invitations.

If you're planning your party well in advance, you should send your frat party invites out at least two weeks before your party takes place. This will give your guests enough time to make arrangements to attend, and it will also provide them with enough time to buy any necessary party supplies.

If you're planning your party on short notice, you should send your fraternity party invitations out as soon as possible. Ideally, it would be best if you tried to send them out within a few days of the party's scheduled start date.

Fraternity party themes

If you're looking for some ideas to help make your frat party a night to remember, why not consider one of these themes?

For a frightfully fantastic party, why not go for a monster mash theme? Guests can use inspiration from their favorite horror movies to choose their costumes, and you can set the scene by blasting out some eerie music and displaying some “monster-themed” food and drink such as green Jell-O "slime" and bloody Marys.

If you're looking for something a bit more refined, how about hosting a Roaring Twenties-themed party? Take some notes from the Great Gatsby and enjoy jazz music and Prohibition-era cocktails. Or, for something completely different, why not let your guests show off their design skills by hosting an ABC (anything but clothes) party? The idea is for your guests to create an outfit made from anything but traditional clothing fabrics. Whether it be newspaper, cardboard, old packaging, or bubble wrap, there are no limits! You could even hold a contest for best dressed. Whichever theme you choose, your guests will surely have a night they'll never forget.