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Retirement Party Invitation Wording

retirement party invitation wording

There is no better time to throw a party than when somebody is trading in their career for some well deserved rest and relaxation! Below are some suggestions for your Retirement Party invitation wording. As with other party invitations, don’t forget to include the date and time, the location, and RSVP information.

You’re invited to a retirement luncheon
Honoring Scott Wilson

Or

After 30 years of service
Jesse Ceccon is retiring from Beuller County Fire Department.

Or

Please join us in wishing
Janet Smith a fond farewell!

Or

The Squire Group
requests the pleasure of your company
at a retirement dinner
in honor of Mr. Ted Hayse

Or

The California Department of Fish and Game
Announces the retirement of Caroline Mcknight
After 27 years of wonderful service and dedication.

Or

After 47 years of service,
Thomas Payne is retiring from Alpaca Fleece Incorporated.
The pleasure of your company
is requested at a reception in his honor

Or

David Smith has called it a day!
Come celebrate his retirement
with family and friends.

Or

Joe has punched his clock for the last time.
His daily grind is being left behind.
No more meetings or pages to fax.
Is time for him to kick back and relax!

Or

After years of hard work and dedication,
It is time for Tina to take a vacation!
Please join us as we offer her best wishes in her retirement.

Or

Ted Smith is retiring, he’s put in his time,
he leaves us now with warm plans in mind
Just relaxing… he’ll be taking life slow
at home in the garden or perhaps Mexico!

Or

Forget the black tie, it’s no formal affair.
Just come as you are for that casual flair.
We’ll drink and laugh as we all reminisce,
It’s a gathering for a friend that will surely be missed.

Or

Too quickly the time has passed us by,
Now it’s time for us to say good-bye.
Please join us to wish Ned the very best,
As he starts his long and well deserved rest.

Or

Office walls are now his past
He’s retiring to the sunny shores at last!

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We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas on retirement party invitation wording in the comments!

1 Comment

  1. Cindy Thompson says

    I am planning a big party and wanted to find unique party invitations cards to buy that I could add my own wording.

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