From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvite somebody along phrasal verbINVITEto ask someone if they would like to come with you when you are going somewhereWhy don’t you invite Barbara along? →invite→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
invite along• He suggests a threesome and forgets to invite you along. 11.• And as for your friends, please feel free to invite them along!• Robert invites Francesca along as he shoots covered bridges.• As I have already intimated, Hirschi's control perspective seems to me to invite expansion alongclassical lines, rather than narrowing.• Since we started getting friendly, Inder Lal's motherinvites me along on some of her jaunts.• Hellen was good enough to invite me along to some of them.• The others didn't invite her along to their own revels.• Excited, they called Ruth at home and invited her along too.