Help with Birthday Invitation Wording for a Nautical Theme Party!

Updated on November 07, 2009
K.M. asks from Beverly Hills, CA
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Hi Mommies!

I'm having a Nautical theme for my sons 1st Birthday.
Can anyone suggest a good wording/poem for his birthday invitation??
Thanks :)

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B.N.

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Come sail away with us
Get ready for waves of fun
Meet us at the dock at (time) to sail away for lots of fun.

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J.S.

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Ahoy Mateys!

The Birthday Ship for (son's name) has been comandeered(sp) and sets sail at (time) on (date).
Be prepared for a whale of a time, Bring your riches and jewels or ye be walkin the planks over the high seas!

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B.N.

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Come sail away with us
Get ready for waves of fun
Meet us at the dock at (time) to sail away for lots of fun.

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M.G.

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What a fun theme! You can do this a nautical way or a pirate way....

Captain: Your son
Dock: location
When the sun rises: Time
Skipper: Friends
Sail with me : come celebrate with me
Destination: Date

have fun!

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S.T.

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Come aboard. We'll have lots of fun.
Our little sailor is turning one!

Embarkation Information
Ship: (fun name i.e. "Spirited Jack")
Set Sail: (Date/Time)
Port: (address)
Confirm your cruise reservation with Travel Agents Mom & Dad at (phone number/email address) by (date).

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J.A.

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"Sail" on over this way...it's Captain (son's name)'s 1st birthday!

So "drop anchor" at our place and come "alongside" (son's name) and celebrate with us!

Date:

Time:

Place:

RSVP to (your name) & (phone number/email) by (date)

We hope you can join us...it's "shore" gonna be a good time!

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S.J.

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Hi,

My friend had a great party for her one year old and made the invitation like a pirates map with a bit of a riddle as the wording the and costume as Pirates - the adults all loved it - and Pirates were some of the original navigators on water!

SQ

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C.W.

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where the wild things are: and he sailed off through night and day and in and out of weeks and almost a year to where the wild things are.

you could suggest that you sailed for almost a year to get to this point where you are with them! ( they are one now ) and since they are boys - I am sure they will be wild ( sometimes ) lol

-C.

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J.B.

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yo ho yo ho (sons name) is turning 1!

then the usually things like date time place etc. use nautical wording like set sail, sea you there, things like that. you have gotten a lot of great responces :)

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V.S.

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Hello K.. You got a lot of good responses. The only thing I could think of was "Hope to 'sea' you there". My brain doesn't function well this early in the day. lol

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