Cookie Exchange Party Invitation Ideas

Invitation ideas (below) and Save the Dates

A lot of hosts/hostesses are opting to do both paper invitations and online invitations so that people can share what cookies they'll be bringing to the party. Here are some online services: Evite, Mypunchbowl and my favorite; Paperless Post.

Our 2008 Invitation Contest Winner, Allison Ward shares several years of handmade cookie party invitations, don't miss it! (Thanks Allison!)

To get more inspirational ideas for invitations,
see the Contest pages for Best Invitation

Basic Sample Party Invitation
Instructions: Scroll over the text of this sample invitation, copy information into the word processor of your choice. Change information as needed. Print on holiday paper.

To The 10TH Annual

Take a break from the holiday rush
and share the Christmas spirit
with old and new friends.

Come and enjoy an appetizer buffet,
hot spiced cider and sample all those
delicious cookies!

We look forward to seeing you
...and your cookies, of course !

DATE: Sunday, December 16th, 2012
TIME: 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
PLACE: Your address

RSVP: 555-555-1212
by December 8th

Given by: You

On a separate piece of paper or card stock, create your own
"Rules of the Cookie Exchange" Sheet and include it in the envelope with the invitation. Alter my rules to fit your style.

At, preprinted cookie exchange cards, T-shirts, buttons, aprons, mugs, magnets and more.

What happens at the cookie party - stays at the cookie party

Gingerbread Invitations
You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread man

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