Christmas in July

Holiday Party: Christmas Cookie Exchange Invite Wording

My Christmas cookie exchange party is one of my favorite events of the season. I mail the invitations the day after Halloween, yes the day after Halloween! Developing the cookie exchange invite wording can be complicated but over the last five years, I’ve developed invite wording that works for our crew. I use the same text almost every year, but I change the invite design.

This year’s design was ordered on Etsy from Kathryn McIntyre and printed by VistaPrint. Kathryn was easy to work with, and I loved her simple and festive design! This year’s event will be my sixth year hosting the Christmas cookie exchange, each year it gets harder to find an invitation design.

I’m a stickler for paper invitations for my parties and gatherings. Call me old fashion, but I’ll take a paper invite over an e-vite any day of the week.

Christmas Cookie Exchange Invite Wording

Cookie Exchange Invite Wording
Cookie Exchange Invite Wording


Join us for a Cookie Exchange
Amanda’s House
Date and Time
Bring two dozen of your favorite homemade Christmas cookies or dessert. Prizes for most creative cookie, most festive cookie, and best-tasting cookie.

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Amanda is a native of Richmond, VA. She enjoys writing, blogging, traveling, shopping, and spending time with friends and family.

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