Apart from making sure the event itself is as terrific as possible, you must also send the best possible invitation to your ideal target guests. Taking the time to deliver personalised event invitations via email leaves a lasting impact.
Here are a few steps you can take to create compelling email invitations!
Short but sweet
No one has the time to read a long copy. Effective marketing communication can be small, crisp, and informative. Stray away from writing lengthy sentences on your invitations.
Instead, provide enough information to make your recipients interested. You do not have to reveal every minor detail. Guests who want to know more will genuinely enquire about your event.
Call to action
Designing an event invitation that works is primarily about the content, which should motivate the audience to act. Therefore, you can include a call to action.
Tell the recipient to sign up for the event or clear their schedules. Give them an action-oriented path to follow.
Connect your design to your event theme
Presentation matters a lot. If you have ever seen press releases by major brands, you might have noticed that they are always related to the product.
With an invitation, your focus should be on your event. Most events will follow a primary theme. Make an effort to align the layout of your invitation with your theme; this generates curiosity among recipients. It is a core element of selling your event and making it memorable.
Personalise your invitation
Even if you are sending it via email, make sure to personalise your event invitation. Avoid starting off with greetings that include “Dear Mr. or Ms.”
If your event is exclusive to a given target audience, do your research beforehand. Know their names and personalise the invitation card accordingly. That helps your audience feel important. The more important they feel, the more involved they will be!
Include important information
An effective event invitation contains the necessary information that guests need to know, such as the venue, time, and date of the event. Moreover, if they have to sign up beforehand, provide information on the steps to do so.
You can also add an RSVP, which can help you maintain a preliminary measure of how many guests are coming. Your team can then make the arrangements accordingly.
Designing the perfect event invitation is tricky and involves multiple factors, including understanding your audience and what value you intend for your event to bring.
If you can produce good content and an aesthetically pleasing layout, you are already off to a good start. Spend time designing your event invitations, researching your audience, and developing a good theme behind your event.
By implementing these actions, your event can have a stronger invitation design and presentation.
Need more help creating a really engaging event invitation? Then contact the MADsters today!