I love to throw a party … only this year it’s not with 100 guest at the beach. We surprised my little one with a We Bare Bears Theme Birthday Party here at home. You can check out my mood board and a list of a few items that I use for his birthday celebration. My son loves the way the screenwriter tells the story with fine comedy and good message.
The color scheme is brown, black, gold and silver with a pop of tie dye! Since somehow my son asked me to host the party outside, we decided to have a fun backyard BBQ party. It’s clearly a night to remember. Fun fact! My invitation card will be here, so you can get the chance to see and use it on your own party.
One of the scenery from We Bare Bears gave me this idea of having beautiful scenery as my invitation card background, alongside greenery, buildings and bridge. Those are in “watercolor” finished to match with the Grizzly, Ice Bear and Panda from We Bare Bears. You can’t expect fancy stuff here, because it’s a pretty simple design for parents out there who appreciate simple thing is the finest.
How to Download
If you’re ready to keep it as yours, you may need these following simple instructions,
- Right-Click each one of your selection.
- Then Select “Save Image As”, locate the destination folder.
- Click “Save” or tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Open and edit the file/template with Adobe Photoshop or Ms. Word or Paint.
If you choose to send out the invites digitally, like using social media platform, it’d be much easier for you to do that. Since the file has JPG format, you can even download or edit the template file in your smartphone, insert your text onto the template and send it to your guest through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other type of social media platform you had.