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High school reunion invitations

Bringing former classmates back together again is easy with our convenient high school reunion invitations. Add your school logo; RSVP tracking is always free.

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Ready to experience a whole heap of nostalgia, reconnecting with your former classmates and reliving cherished memories? Your high school reunion provides the perfect opportunity to get your classmates together. And, what better way to start your get-together than with a perfectly designed high school reunion invitation from Paperless Post? With our wide selection of reunion-themed designs, you're sure to find the perfect way to get your classmates together. And our easy-to-use online tools make it simple to personalize your high school reunion invitations and keep track of who's coming. So if you're planning a small gathering or a large-scale event, Paperless Post has everything you need to make your reunion a success.

What to include in a high school reunion invitation

Whether you are designing a 10-year high school reunion invitation or an invite for a more extended period, the steps are always the same. The best course of action is to keep it short and sweet. You'll want to include the date, time, and location of your reunion and any other important information that your guests need to know (such as whether there will be a cover charge). And don't forget to include an RSVP date to get an accurate headcount.

When to send your high school reunion invitation

When it comes to school reunion invitations, timing is everything. You want your invitees to have enough time to plan ahead and make arrangements. Remember, there is a strong likelihood that some of your former classmates have moved to different states or have children they need to arrange care for, so you need to provide them with enough notice to make necessary arrangements. With these considerations in mind, the general rule is to send out invitations six to eight weeks before the event. Of course, if you're planning your reunion during a busy time of year (like summer or the holidays), you may need to give your classmates even more notice.

Where to host your school reunion

One of the first decisions to make is choosing the right venue. Depending on the size of the reunion and the budget, there are many different venues you can consider. Rented space at a local restaurant or banquet hall may be sufficient for a small reunion. A hotel ballroom or convention center may be more appropriate for larger reunions. Remember that some venues will offer special rates for groups, so be sure to ask about any discounts you can take advantage of. Additionally, if you really want to provide some nostalgia, try contacting your former school. Many schools are happy to rent their spaces for reunion events.

What activities to include at a class reunion

So, you have sent your invitations, and the venue is booked, but now it's time to think about how to keep your guests entertained on the big day and make it a reunion to remember. Well, here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Dance party: A dance party is a great way to get everyone up and moving. Choose songs that were popular during the year of your graduation or that hold special meaning for your class. For example, you could play the music that was playing when the final bell rang on the last day of school.
  • Photo booth: A photo booth is a fun way to capture memories from the reunion that your guests can take home to remember the night. Decorate the booth with props that represent your school or class colors. Be sure to have plenty of photo strips so everyone can take a copy home.
  • Trivia: A trivia quiz is a fun way to see how much everyone has forgotten about their time in school. Prepare questions about your classmates, the staff, and notable events from your time at the school. You could even offer prizes for the winners!