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"Quick List" of Invitations Suggestions for Fall Invitations and Seasonal Holiday Invitations, Paper, and Cardstock
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Hayride Invitations

 

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Autumn is an absolutely gorgeous season that can be celebrated in so many ways. One excellent option is hosting a hayride for some of your closest friends and relatives. Enjoy the glories of a bountiful harvest on the farm! The country setting during the fall season alone is enough to thrill your senses with fresh and bright colors, sights, and smells. Adding a fabulous family hayride to your day’s activities is the perfect way to celebrate the season. To complete the theme, invite your guests using one of our Autumn Themed Invitations for Hayrides. Let us help you customize your order by printing your personalized wording at ImpressInPrint.com!

 

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These farm themed invitations all show bright red barns, perfect for a hayride at a local farm!

 

 
 

Hayride Party: What Is It?

 
 

A rising trend for autumn parties is having a hayride party. Hosts will have their guests show up at a specific farm or location to be taken on a hayride around the grounds. Hayrides are becoming a huge hit for Halloween and harvest celebrations. Many farms have begun to host organized hayrides as extra means of income after the summer crops have been harvested. Traditional hayrides use a horse-led cart filled with hay. You and your guests all pile into the cart and enjoy the ride on an autumn evening. Some hayrides now take advantage of tractors instead of horses as leads. Also, many locations will provide bays of hay to mimic benches instead of a loose pile.

The increased organization of hayrides has made them a fun and safe activity for anyone, especially children. Depending on the location, some farms even offer a pit-stop in a pumpkin patch for you to pick and purchase your own pumpkins. It combines two great activities in one! Each location will have different rules and times, so it is best to take a look at your local options and book a time in advance.

Once you have a place and date picked out, take a look at our Hayride Invitations to pick the perfect card for your event. We can help you personalize your invitations for a professional and custom appearance from ImpressInPrint.com!

 
 

Hayride Parties: Time of Year

 
 

Hayrides generally ramp up in the fall, when the weather has begun to cool down and the summer harvest has ended. As farms begin to approach their slowest time of year, they are increasingly offering this fun diversion as a means to reach out to the community. Not only are hayrides a barrel of excitement, but they are a great way to give to your local farming industry and promote fresh, local alternatives!

Halloween posts the perfect excuse to enjoy a sunset hayride. Start your party off with an adventure around the farm grounds and then continue at your home with candy and games that will keep kids happy and safe. Many hayrides offer a stop at the farm’s pumpkin patch for you to pick out your own pumpkins. Invite your family and friends for a pumpkin carving party, starting with a morning hayride and visit to the pumpkin patch! The cool weather and fresh harvest atmosphere is a joy for all ages.

Be sure to plan your timing according to your event. If you want to make it an all day adventure, then pick a bright invitation and be sure your guests will know what they need to come prepared. You will want to take into account the full expected time of your hayride, and book your party early enough in advance to make certain that you can secure your “when” and “where.”

 

These pumpkin and harvest themed invitations make a perfect choice for a fall party!

 

 
 

Hayrides: Getting Prepared

 
 

Every venue that you look at will have a different set of rules and regulations for your hayride event. Be sure to follow these rules closely, as they are meant to keep you and all of your guests safe! However, there are a few smart preparations you should take for any hayride, and also pass along to your guests. Here is a quick list of things to keep in mind.

  1. Every venue that you look at will have a different set of rules and regulations for your hayride event. Be sure to follow these rules closely, as they are meant to keep you and all of your guests safe! However, there are a few smart preparations you should take for any hayride, and also pass along to your guests. Here is a quick list of things to keep in mind.
  2. Avoid scrapes and pokes that come with being on a farm by wearing closed shoes and pants.
  3. Bring a flashlight. Chances are that the farm will be well lit, but not all locations have adequate lighting in the parking area. Be sure to ask, or bring a small flashlight for your family just in case.
  4. Take along a water bottle or canteen. It might not be hot enough for you to get parched in the sun, but many people are not accustomed to the dust that can be kicked up on a dirt road. If you think you might be sensitive to the dust, be sure to bring along a little bit of water to clear your throat.
  5. Have a little cash handy. You never know what kind of delicious treats you will find for sale on a farm, and having a small amount of cash handy for a quick purchase is an excellent idea.
  6. Ask for advice! When scheduling your first hayride, ask what you should do to arrive prepared. They will have insight into any little things you might want to consider to optimize your experience.


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