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by Andrea Fowler
Rosé and wine-themed party invitations

With rosé season upon us, there's never been a better time to host a wine tasting engagement party or rosé on the roof rehearsal dinner. Get your guests excited for the celebration with these festive party invites.

  1. Rosé Soiree

    Sugar Paper ombre soirée invitation from Paperless Post

    When you need a break from wedding planning, send these perfectly preppy invites to your girls and unwind with some rosé cocktails. The only thing better than a trendy-looking invitation? A wine theme that rhymes (we'll help you out: A Very Rosé Soiree).

    Sugar Paper Ombré Soiree invite, from 2 coins, PaperlessPost.com

  2. Wine Tasting

    Wine tasting invitation from Minted

    A little wine and cheese tasting to go with that engagement party of yours? Liven things up with some friendly competition: See which guest can guess the most wine vintages correctly in a blind tasting—the prize being a bottle of their choice!

    Andrea Mentor Vino Party invitations, $60 for 25 invites, Minted.com

  3. Bridal Luncheon

    Bridal luncheon invitation by Wedding Paper Divas

    Tea-party-themed bridal luncheons are all the rage, and this invitation gives off just the right vibes: pretty but not stuffy. Quaint finger foods, tiers of mini desserts and glasses of blush pink wine—what's not to love about that?

    Petite Alma Rose Ring shower invitations, $45 for 25 invites, WeddingPaperDivas.com

  4. Happy Hour

    Happy hour invitations from Etsy

    Kick off your wedding weekend with a happy hour. It's a great way to make informal introductions before you say "I do." Pick a neighborhood bar that's easy to get to (preferably one with killer apps), and let the vino-themed invitation set the tone for some casual fun.

    EventureCards Happy Hour invitation, $20 for a digital download, Etsy.com

  5. Rosé on the Roof

    Rosé on the Roof party invitations from Paperless Post

    Looking to put an urban spin on your rehearsal dinner? Take it up to the roof. Scenic views, a starry sky and some market lights make for unbeatable ambience. No roof? No problem. You'll lose the alliteration, but rosé tastes the same no matter where you enjoy it.

    Paperless Post Confettitini, from $2 each, PaperlessPost.com

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