By Inez Henson. Party Invitations. Published at Friday, January 19th, 2018 - 09:28:31 AM.
5 Easy Handmade Party Invitations DIY and Save - When you think of handmade party invitations you are probably thinking of fancy decorative layers of paper with exotic fonts, but what about creative invitations that are fun and interactive and absolutely perfect for kids parties? There are loads of creative ways you can make your own kids invites and you dont need to use the traditional paper and envelope at all. There are many things you can use that dont cost a cent like writing on leaves for a fairy party, or on the inside of a shell for a beach party; the point is that putting a little thought into your own handmade party invitations not only impresses your little guests, but also gives your party child a wonderful memento to keep in their memory boxes forever.
The bridal shower invitations shouldnt be too fancy or else the guests will think they have to dress up and bring expensive gifts and such. Make sure that the invitations are fun, yet classy. Dont use overpriced cards because it will send the wrong impression right off the bat. Make the brides bridal shower a time of shared memories and future hopes. Dont let anything blur that beautiful dream.
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.
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