Brunch Invitations Templates

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What Is a Brunch Invitation?

It is a written invitation from an individual enticing another individual to attend a brunch event. Brunch, a combination of breakfast and lunch, is a meal that is eaten late in the morning. A brunch invitation is a formal invitation sent through mail or email during birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, baby showers, graduations, tea parties, and others. 

How to Create a Brunch Invitation

A brunch is not just a mere meal taken for nourishment, it can also be an event that caters to both formal and informal occasions. According to Martha Stewart, a cooking and television personality, brunch parties have tons of options regarding the foods to be served. You can either serve hearty breakfast food or delicious lunch food. Yes, you have prepared your menu, but have you made a party invitation for your brunch party? If not, we will guide you through the invitation making the process. Feel free to study the items below.

1. Identify the Nature of the Brunch Event

The first thing to do in making a modern invitation card format for an event is to gather all the necessary information. You have to identify why and how you will organize one. Is it for a formal business purpose or for a personal occasion? The design of the brunch invitation should be related to the overall theme. Brunches offer a more relaxed ambiance and atmosphere; channel your design to pretty and practical elements.

2. Choose a Fitting Layout

The next step would be choosing the custom invitation layout. Depending on the occasion, invitation layout and sizes can vary. It's better if you consult a printable invitation card sizing chart to help you determine the correct size for your blank invitation. The most common invitation card sizes are as follows: 5 x 7 inches, 5 ¼ x 5 ¼ inches, and 6 ½ x 8 ¾ inches. Measure correctly so that all of your planned design elements will have allocated space on the invitation.

3. Pick out a Design Inspiration

When the brunch event is for corporate functions, use clean and modern designs to get a professional layout. And when it's for Sunday brunch, bridal showers, Mother's Day celebrations, among other fun and informal events, you can always add in more creative aesthetic to the invitation. Pick out the best color scheme, backgrounds, borders, and other designs to arrive at an attractive result. Choose a suitable font for the content details; typography can also be applied to enhance the beauty of the overall design.

4. Attach the Event Details

The main purpose of the sample invitation is to inform the card recipient about the brunch details. Write the details in a straightforward manner to avoid confusion. List down the time, place, and other details so that you'll have a complete invitation that informs and entices. The invitation is the deciding factor of the guests, whether they will accept or immediately decline it. 

5. Review Everything

Proofread the invitation wording and layout before sending out the invites through mail and online. Review the designs if they really compliment the overall event theme and purpose. Take note, there are different styles of invitations such as minimalist, modern, professional, classic, elegant, and simple. You might want to consider and explore these style choices in your next brunch event.

6. Print and Send

Complete the overall task by printing out the invitation card design. Upon printing, use high-quality paper stocks to arrive at pleasing results. After you have printed out everything, it's time to send the invitations to the most deserving guests.