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5 Ways To Write A Moving-Away Party Invite

It’s okay to be sentimental, especially if you or someone you know is going away. No matter the reason, yours or their send-off event should leave an impact on others; and that starts with a good going-away party invite.

While goodbyes can be difficult to muster up when the time comes, it’s still possible to make the best out of your send-off party.  Yes, saying farewell to a family member, a friend, or a neighbor should celebratory rather than somber. By putting together a confident and meaningful moving-away party invite, you’re essentially telling your guests that everyone is going to be okay, and that they’ll have a blast in the send-off event that you’ve got planned for them.

So, with that in mind, here are 5 ways to create an effective moving-away invite for your friends, family, and others will appreciate. So, don’t get discouraged; read on!

The City Trek

“Friends may come and go, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t make the best of their send-off with the City Trek invite,” says Lily Thomas, a marketing blogger at Elite assignment help and UKservicesreviews. “Whether your friends are moving back to their hometowns, or venturing on to other careers in different markets, this invite is ideal for either scenario.”

The Friendly Send-Off

Friendly send-offs can be quite meaningful, especially if you’re the one moving into a new neighborhood, or going to a different state. This invite lets you have fun as you say farewell to friends and neighbors (Hopefully that’s not the last farewell you’ll make!).

All you have to do is invite friends and loved ones over for one last night at your soon-to-be former housing (which at this point, is nearly vacant, since you might’ve already taken care of most of the packing). There, you can host a pizza (or finger food) party or a BBQ, thus adding to the many memories that you’ve had in the home.

All Aboard!

Maybe you have ships and boats in mind, as you say farewell to someone in your life that’s looking for adventure and opportunities elsewhere? If so, you can go with the “All Abroad!” approach by displaying a cruise ship on the front of the invite. There, you can open the invite by either saying “Bon voyage!” or “Wishing [someone’s name] the best of luck on [his/her] next voyage!” This invite is ideal for those going to colleges, someone moving to take a job elsewhere, etc.

Interactive Shapes

Here’s another invite to consider if you’re the one leaving the neighborhood. Interactive shapes carry a retro feel to them, as you send out your moving announcement to reminisce with friends and neighbors about all the good times with them. The text can then be customized to share important details about your event, while keeping the tone cheery and confident (even if you’re trying to hold back tears). And, for your last gathering, you can swap favorite stories with guests, and make that event memorable even after you move. 

The Final Farewell

“The Final Farewell party invite is often a simple, yet elegant card for when you’re throwing a going-away party for a family member or friend,” says Matthew Tilly, a business writer at Revieweal and UK Top writers. “Such invites are typically made with golden envelopes offering the elegant flare, along with a dark teal invite that goes inside it. Sporting gold font, the word ‘farewell’ is usually printed in cursive across the front of the invite. Meanwhile, the party invite wording is written in white. The design lets you write any details about your party, including the time, date, location, etc. either on the back of the invite, or on the bottom of it.” 


While throwing a send-off party for yourself or for someone else, it can be emotionally taxing for everyone involved. But the good news is, it doesn’t have to be this way. As host or hostess of your party, be sure to stay focused on creating and sharing memories with the people you love. By keeping in mind these 5 ideas on how to create an impactful invite of this magnitude, your “farewell” will be sure to encourage a “See you later” from you and or someone else.

So, remember: Stay strong, and tell yourself that you’ll be okay no matter what.

Elizabeth Hines is a writer and editor at Assignment help and Big Assignments. She is also a contributing writer for various online publications, such as Top essay writing services. In her articles, she writes about the latest tech and marketing trends, innovations, and strategies.

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