If your child is a big fan of the Cookie Monster from "Sesame Street," give him a Cookie Monster-themed birthday party and an invitation to match. Wording the Cookie Monster invitation is simple. Use a catchy "Sesame Street" introduction -- "Come and Play!" -- to get the attention of your guests; provide all of the details on the invitation so that your guests will know where to go for the deliciously good time.
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Begin the invitation with a phrase related to the Cookie Monster theme and the birthday child. You could write, "C is for Cookie and P is for Play, Please join us for Cameron's 2nd Birthday!" Another example of wording is "C is for Cookie, F is for Fun! Jocelyn is turning One!"
Write the location of the party after a phrase such as "The Cookie Factory." Then write the address of the party location. For example, "Place: The Simpsons' Cookie Factory, 123 Cookie St., Little Rock." Add a map with your invitation if the location is difficult to find.
Write the time of the party. Give the day and the date, "Saturday, May 25, 2011." Then give the exact time of the party. "Time: As The Count would say, the party will last 1, 2, 3 hours from 1 to 4 p.m."
Add the RSVP information at the bottom of the invitation. To go along with the Cookie Monster theme, you could end the invitation with, "Brought to you by the letter S and the number 2! Please RSVP to 555-123-4567 by May 22."
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