invite to

invite someone to something

to bid or request someone to come to an event. Shall we invite Sally to the party? I didn't invite her. She invited herself to this affair.
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This is despite the reports claiming that Prince Harry and Markle would not send an invite to the former US president to avoid diplomatic issues.
Reptile FX has taken its animated video offering beyond just the wedding invite to include a suite of other offerings such Save the Date, Sangeet, Mehendi, Reception, Youngsters invite etc.
Varun Sharma said, "Q Invites are an invitation to Qiku's #GameChanger club and not just an invite to buy Q Terra.
Go out, therefore, into the main roads and invite to the feast whomever you find.
THE Obamas will visit the UK in May - casting doubt on an invite to the royal wedding.
It is the only one of the four Majors you can get invited to - you don't get an invite to The Open or the US Open or the US PGA.
It remains unknown, however, whether Archbishop Williams will bow to pressure coming from more conservative bishops and primates of the Anglican Communion not to invite to the conference bishops from the Episcopal Church in the United States (ECUSA) and the Anglican Church of Canada because of their more liberal views on homosexuality.