How to Word Invitations to a Whiskey Tasting

Updated February 21, 2017

Step 1

Determine a time, location and purpose for your whiskey-tasting event. Decide how many people you will invite and whether or not your invitation is open to the public.

Step 2

Begin your invitation as though it were an announcement. Centered along the top of the page, a few lines down, write something like: "Smithview's First Whiskey Tasting Event"

Step 3

Follow your announcement of the event with an invitation for the recipient to attend. Skip a few lines and write something like: "You are invited to join us for an evening of fine whiskey tasting."

Step 4

Skip a line and centered as a block on information in the middle of the page, provide the time, date and location of the whiskey tasting as follows:

"The Smith Household (or Tavern Bar or wherever the event is being held)

1234 Smith Street

Smithview, ST 11111

Friday, March 18, 2011

7 - 10 p.m."

Step 5

Include any costs at which whiskeys will be sampled and RSVP information beneath the event information block. Include a deadline for responding and phone number or e-mail address to send replies to.

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