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Having a harvest/Halloween party, wondering how to invite neighbors we have never met. Any suggestions??

Good Afternoon Everybody!

My husband & I just moved into our new home in April of this year. We live on 3 acres and most of the people around us live on that much or more. We are planining to have a Harvest/Halloween Party on the 27th of next month. We would like to invite some of the neighbors that live around us. We do not know a soul here. So how can we go about doing this???? We are mailing the invites to everybody. It is just going to be a nice party. No meal just a side dish pot luck that everybody can do. So I need help in the following:
1. How to address the letter on the outside since I do not know anybody’s names.
2. What to say on the invite. And how to tell people that it is not a costume party with out being rude.
3. Do you have a recipe that would make a good sidedish for this party.
4. Any fun ( not scary or gross) decroating ideas for the house for the party??

Thanks,
Any suggetions or ideas would be great!
Jennifer :o)
Most of the neighbors have gates and we can’t just open them up and go to their house and interduce ourselves Any other ideas?????

2 Responses to Having a harvest/Halloween party, wondering how to invite neighbors we have never met. Any suggestions??

  • Deep.Blue.eyes? says:

    I think the first answerer was right on there Jen.
    Just go "door to door" and invite them or just put the envelopes in their mail boxes simply addressed, "neighbor".
    I cant see alot of people showing up since rural households dont get many halloween visitors (trick-or-treaters). Thats why Malls and bigger suburban neighborhoods get hit hard with the little candy seekers!
    Good luck!

  • littlekitygrl says:

    My first suggestion would be since you don’t know their names a great thing to do would be take the invitation over in person and introduce your self and explain that it’s just a get together and a side dish pot luck and hope to see them there and politely mention that no costumes are needed. It will give a great chance to see them before ahnd and you never know you could end up with a new person to chat with.

    Hope your party turns out well.

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