Saturday, September 26, 2015

Primary Program - Invitation

A fellow chorister asked if I was making an invitation for the program and I had to stop and ask myself why would anyone need an invitation?  It just never dawned on me to formally tell families the date and time of when their child would be presenting in Sacrament Meeting.  Goes to show you I've never been in charge of a presentation before!!  And I've just always known when it was going on for obvious reasons!

Primaries can send these invites home with their kids to let families know when the program will be (and maybe even a few extras to invite grandparents and any other family/friends that would want to come).  I thought it would even be nice to attach the kids' program parts to the invitation (either put everything in an envelope - Walmart carries some cute colored "social" size envelopes - or just use a paper clip).

There are 2 options...a quarter sheet page and a half sheet page so you can print what fits your  needs...


You can download these documents HERE.  I like to keep my designs for these kinds of items simple - a black and white line drawing - so it can be easily copied at the church library.  And if you'll notice, it's the exact same look as the CD cover I created HERE and the program HERE - all nice and uniform!

Then before you make copies, fill in the sheets with your ward's primary program information.  Copy, cut and distribute!  Easy - just the way I like it!!

4 comments:

AmyJane said...

In addition to using them for the families in your ward, my kids like to invite their non member people--teachers and coaches, etc. What better Sunday to have investigators there!

Jen said...

I was about to say the same thing as Amy. We invite neighbors, teachers, friends, etc. The families mostly already know!

Jen said...

I was about to say the same thing as Amy. We invite neighbors, teachers, friends, etc. The families mostly already know!

Sally Ashmore said...

We're having our Primary make the invitations during the run-through. (I got the idea after reading your post about coloring the paper programs.) The adults put the information on the front and the kids color or write something on the other side and they can give them to someone they want to hear their testimony. Some kids will give them to Mom or Dad, some to a friend at school, and there will probably be a set of older boys who exchange invitations.