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A Party Invitation
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We are holding an industry party this coming summer and are looking for a creative and fun look to print on our invitations to be handed out to the folks coming.
What's your vision?
The invitation needs to be approximately 1/3 the size of a standard piece of paper. So approximately 8 1/2 across and 3 2/3 high. Needs to be double sided. Should include the following instructions: "The Odyssey will be docked on Commonwealth Pier located on the west (or left side) of the Seaport World Trade Center. Leaving the side entrance of the Seaport Hotel, cross the street at the crosswalk. Turn left on the side walk and at the corner of the building you will see a large blue covered dock that says Spirit Cruises. The Odyssey will be at this dock." Party is on August 10, 2008 From 7-12 Party is located on the Odyssey cruise yacht - although it is importand to note that the boat will never leave the harbour - so guests can show up and leave whenever they would like. http://www.odysseycruises.com/boston/about_ship/summary.cfm There will be a band, appetizers, small dinner plates, and drinks provided all night from 7-12 The name of the party is historically "Under the Stars" ... this should be part of the invite. Party is invitation only and VIP - so the invitation will be required to get in the door. Dress is casual. Logos and examples of past invitations are located here: www.shareasaleblog.com/blog/Invite.pdf www.shareasaleblog.com/blog/invite.gif www.shareasaleblog.com/blog/gobo.pdf
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