5 Best Party Invitations

Tuesday, 28 Dec 2010 10:43 AM

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With a little bit of imagination, you can make your own party invitations and even wedding invitations. They are quite easy to make and you will be adding your own personal touch to the invitations when you make them. Here are five of the best:

--For birthday party invitations for children, you can make use of regular party supplies such as ribbons and balloons. Instead of sending a formal party invitation on a card, you can write your invitation on a colorful letter pad and insert the paper into a balloon. You can also use brightly colored ribbons to tie the balloons and send them to your guests. creative party invitation ideas

--For wedding invitations you can use colorful images and can make them eye-catching. You can use images of flowers, streams, animals, landscapes, mountains, and other symbols that relate to the new beginning of a relationship.

--A number of  party invitation templates are available for download from the internet and you can tweak them a little bit to suit your taste and style.

--If you plan to arrange for a dinner party among a few close friends, you can follow a particular theme. One example of a theme dinner party is a Chinese night. In this case, you can write your invitation on a Chinese paper fan, or design your invitation by creating a scroll. Roll up the scroll and tie it with a colorful ribbon.

--Theme parties call for innovation. For a fairy theme party, you could write an invitation on an autumn leaf; for a beach or pool party you can write an invitation on a flip flop.

Whatever the invitation, just make sure your card has important details about the party like the date, time, venue, and dress code, if any. Also include an RSVP.

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