Invitations are so important! It’s how you tell people how great your party is going to be. Here are some of our favorite invitation inspiration.
I love the idea of giving my guests something a little different at my next summer party. This 3D pineapple invitation can be filled with trinkets and goodies to get friends and family excited about what’s to come. Mail these festive treasures out beforehand to get everyone pumped for the big day, or use them as treat boxes to surprise your pals when the fun is over.
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by Amy Moss
Keep these fun flamingo invitations in your purse, ready to make quick and impromptu cocktail dates with friends! They’re super-easy to make and come in three pretty shades. Simply print out, construct and write your message on the back.
These pretty invitations are perfect for a First Day of Summer Party. Plus, they’re super easy to make! We’ve provided the template below, so you’ll just need to include your info, print them out, insert them into envelopes, and hand them out to all your friends! (PS – My other favorite summer invitations…)
Spring is the perfect time of year to throw a kite party. This little kite invitation isn’t just cute, the little kite actually works! You can keep it in your bag for impromptu kite flying. These fun little invites are really easy to make. Just build a few small kites out of tissue paper and then attach them to a piece of cardstock that includes all the party information. Presto! Every guest is sure to feel special from the moment their invitation arrives in the mail.
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Last year at this time I was busy working on these watercolor wedding invitations for Nancy and Elias’ destination wedding. (It was featured on Martha Stewart here.) These are the most labor intensive invitations I’ve ever made (see some outtakes) but are also my favorite thing I’ve designed. I have to give credit to my talented studio manager Alexis Birkmeyer who printed and painted and duplexed each one by hand (she is the most detail oriented person I know-perfect for letterpress.) The invitations were two sided: English on one and Greek on the other. and several parts were duplexed together which means you take two sheets of paper and glue them. It was all wrapped up together with pretty silver string. Nole from Oh So Beautiful Paper featured them today with all the details. Go here to read more.