How to Invite Friends to a Jewelry Party

by Contributor ; Updated September 28, 2017

How to Invite Friends to a Jewelry Party. Jewelry parties are a great excuse for having a fun evening with the girls. Inviting your friends to a jewelry party is a great way to let friends that you don't see often know that you are thinking of them. Keep the focus on the party being a fun social event for a relaxing and great time.

Think of your close friends. Those that you interact with frequently are a must for your invite list. The girls that you gab with on the phone and get together with during the day and evening hours should be the first friends you invite.

Invite your friends and acquaintances from your place of worship. Jewelry parties are a great way to interact with these ladies in a fun and relaxing environment.

Remember to invite your co-workers. Everyone needs a fun chance to socialize outside of the work place.

Send and invitation to your friends. A paper, snail-mail invitation is best. E-invites work well for the computer savvy, but make sure that your girlfriends are good about checking their email if this is your choice.

Give your friends a courtesy phone call a few days before the party. This will be a quick way to give them a reminder just in case the invitation was misplaced.

Let your friends know that this will be a low key evening for socializing and fun. Of course it is fun to earn free and discounted jewelry, but your focus should be on the friendships and fun. Any jewelry purchases should be an added bonus to your evening.

Invite your friends to bring guests with them. The more, the merrier, and this will increase your total party sales. Many party hostesses offer free gifts to those who bring an uninvited guest to the party.


  • Have some fun food and drinks at your party so that the occasion feels like a relaxed social engagement. Remember to call your friends and give them a friendly, no-pressure reminder a few days before the party.

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