15 Thank You Replies for Housewarming Party Invitations

When you get a housewarming party invitation, please be sure to respond to the invite.

A quick message will let the host know you are grateful for being invited. You can express your thanks, even if you cannot attend the party.

Sometimes gifts are given at the party. While wood was the traditional gift, here is a list of modern-day gift suggestions.

How to Reply to a House Warming Party Invitation

When you respond to house warming invitation, you can say “thank you” to the host. Please also let them know if you plan to attend the housewarming party.

Just to let you know, you should still RSVP as requested.

The wording of your response will vary depending on when you are writing your message. Examples will be provided for:

  • Before the party – attending
  • Before the party – not attending
  • Party all already attended

If you’re not able to attend, you should decide if you want to explain why you can’t make it.

This post is part of the Thank You for Inviting Me series.

Before the Housewarming Party – Attending

Here are some responses for when you plan to attend the housewarming party.

#1 Thank you for inviting me to your housewarming party! I am excited to see your new place and will see you on the 15th. 

#2 Thank you for inviting us to your housewarming party. We will be there to help you celebrate your new home.

#3 Thanks for the invitation to come to your party for your new house. We are looking forward to seeing you. The kids will be coming and are excited to swim in your pool.

#4 We are excited to come to your housewarming party. Thank you for inviting us. We will be there!

#5 The photos of your new place look amazing. We are so happy to be invited to your housewarming party. We are looking forward to it and thanks again for inviting us.

Before the Housewarming Party – Not Attending

Here are the example responses for when you’re sorry that you won’t be able to attend the housewarming party.

#1 We are sorry we can’t attend your housewarming party. We will plan to stop by another time when you are settled in. 

#2 Thanks for inviting me to your housewarming party. Unfortunately, we will not be able to join in the fun. The house looks fantastic in the pictures, and I will contact you next month to see about coming over.

#3 Thank you for the invitation to your housewarming party. Unfortunately, we have another commitment that day and cannot make it. 

#4 We were excited to receive your housewarming party invitation this week. Unfortunately, I am sorry to say that we won’t be able to attend. We are having all the grandkids over that weekend.

#5 Thanks for inviting my family to your housewarming party. We’d love to come and see your new place, but we are traveling with Jake’s baseball team that weekend. Perhaps, we can stop by in a few weeks.

After the Housewarming Party

Here are some thank you message responses for when you’ve already attended the housewarming party.

#1 Your housewarming party was so much fun! Thank you for inviting me. The pool was fabulous, and I enjoyed playing water volleyball. 

#2 I enjoyed your housewarming party. The homemade chicken nuggets were delicious, and I’d like the recipe. Thanks for having me over to see your new place. The fireplace made the den feel cozy. 

#3 Your party at your new place was great. The layout is unique, and I loved the balcony view. Thank you again for inviting me. 

#4 I had a great time at your housewarming party. I enjoyed seeing your new place and meeting your other friends, and thank you for including me.

#5 Thanks for the invitation to your housewarming party. Seeing your new home inspired me to consider building my dream home. Thank you for sharing so many details about the building process. Also, the homemade pizza was fantastic.

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Author: Heidi Bender

Title: Writer

Expertise: Thank You Notes


Heidi Bender is a writer and author who founded Tons of Thanks. She aims to help people write thank-you notes by providing examples and tips. She is the author of She is the author of A Modern Guide to Writing Thank-You Notes.