Dreaming to have a unique birthday experience like what usually the royals do? It’s quite simple actually, you can set your own party with royal as its theme. To begin with, this might help you deal with one of the reason that you gave up even before trying. Yup, it was making the birthday invitation card. You can consider these ones, by the way. All of them are free and editable with a simple app even like Microsoft Word. Here they are,
All of this template was kind of a new thing for me, I was trying to elaborate my design by combining pattern and cute elements with some shades on it. It might be a little bit off for someone, but I do find it pretty great to be used for kids’ birthday party, since a few elements in there still looks good and attracting for kids to see.
The pattern I used in this design was the chevron style, I painted in simple, white and blue combination, the bottom half was not covered by the chevron so the text could be displayed more clearly. The top section had a unique prince and princess’ crown along with blue ribbon in watercolor and “a royal birthday” words. There is also a colorful balloon which I placed it next to the border of the card, so it will be surrounded your text.
How to Download
- Choose your favorite design, then “Right Click” each templates
- Select “Save Image As”, Locate your default download folder and tap “Enter”
- To open and edit the template – you will need to open them using Microsoft Word or Paint.
- The universal format of the paper size is 7×5 (Portrait) and I suggest you to pick card-stock paper as the printing material.
What’s the perfect time to deliver the invites?
Actually, there is no exact rules that says you need to specifically deliver your invitation to your guests, but rather than to do it all in rush, it’s better to keep it at least two weeks prior to the event.