By Lena Kelly. Party Invitations. Published at Monday, December 18th, 2017 - 21:29:31 PM.
The paper tube is another type of invitation tube commonly used. The downside of this is that the paper tube is not very durable. Therefore, before placing your invitation in the tube place the invitation in a plastic Ziploc bag and then place it in the tube to be mailed. Hand decorating the outside of the tueb is an option that adds a unique, special touch to it. This tube can be colored or designed prior to being used. This will give the tube an added touch. Plastic tubes are also another option besides paper and clear tubes. These tubes are very durable and can hold different types of party invitations. These tubes are a little sturdier and more secure for the invitations. The invitations that are mailed in these tubes can not be seen until the tubes are opened.
2.Something for a Beach Theme: The old flip flop is great for summer barbeques and pool parties, beach parties and luaus or anything with a tropical theme. Pick up some groovy flip flops from a discount store, you can usually get the for a couple of dollars a pair. Neatly write the invitation on the sole with a marker pen, or use the flip flop as a template tracing around it on a piece of coloured card. Cut out the flip flop shape, write the invite using words like ‘dude and ‘aloha. Let the kids decorate the card by sprinkling sand like glitter around the edges before sticking onto the sole of the flip flop.
3.Invitation With a Bang: Balloons are a very inexpensive and very easy thing to use as an interesting invitation with an explosive effect. Write the invitation on a small piece of standard 80gsm paper, roll it up into a scroll and insert the invitation inside the balloon. Now blow it up or if possible, inflate with helium. Write ‘pop me on the balloon with a permanent marker. Imagine your child turning up at school with a bunch of balloons for all their friends to stomp on, great fun!
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