Invitation Quotes, Sayings for inviting people - Page 2

People marry for a variety of reasons and with varying results. But to marry for love is to invite inevitable tragedy.
– Walker

You don’t have to accept the invitation to get angry. Instead, practice forgiveness, empathy and encouragement.
– Anonymous

The only man who is really free is the one who can turn down an invitation to dinner without giving an excuse.
– Jules Renard

True love does not come by finding the perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.
– Jason Jordan

I love thee, I love but thee With a love that shall not die Till the sun grows cold And the stars grow old.
– Willam Shakespeare

And think not you can Direct the course of love, For love, If it finds you worthy, Directs your course.
– Kahlil Gibran

So many plays with magic in them that would be a terrific invitation to an imaginative animation team.
– Kenneth Branagh

I am thankful for the mess to clean after a party because it means I have been surrounded by friends.
– Nancie Carmody

It was a woman’s bedroom, actually a boudoir, and no man belonged in it except by invitation.
– Kathleen Winsor

Once in awhile, Right in the middle of an ordinary life, Love gives us a fairy tale.
– Anonymous

An invitation to a wedding invokes more trouble than a summons to a police court.
– William Feather

If I have to climb to heaven on a ladder, I shall decline the invitation.
– Mercedes McCambridge

To get the full value of joy You must have someone to divide it with.
– Mark Twain

I respectfully decline the invitation to join your hallucination.
– Scott Adams

We’re fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance.
– Anonymous

There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval.
– George Santayana

To alcohol, the cause and solution to all of life’s problems.
– Homer J Simpson

Life without love is like a tree Without blossom and fruit.
– Khalil Gibran

There’s never enough time to do all the nothing you want.
– Bill Watterson

To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides.
– David Viscott