What a fantastic way to theme and personalize a party! We definitely want to try crafting these Fox-themed Party invites because we love them so much!
Do you intend to host a baby shower? And how about creating a few invitations for the select individuals you’d love to see there? Why not totally make your own adorable little fox invitations that you can personalize, which the recipient will adore and keep safe? What a wonderful way to get them excited about the party as well!
A charming party invitation featuring a fox theme is ready to be printed with your party details and personalized.
If you’re wondering how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear after a while.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved on your device and enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any type of printing paper.
We always like it when people draw inspiration from the baby’s nursery for baby showers because it allows the mommy-to-be to keep special mementos from the shower and add them to her new little one’s room. Those decor items are sweet keepsakes that she’ll be able to look at and enjoy for years to come.
Invite your closest pals to your forest baby shower! These animal balloons are ideal for your food and dessert presentations. Choose from the following animals: raccoon, fox, squirrel, owl, hedgehog, rabbit, deer, and bear. Fill with helium or air.
When your guests first walk in, it’s great to have a welcome station where they can be greeted and sign a guest book for the mom-to-be. I found this cute drop box frame that works as a guest book—perfect for all kinds of events.
Party Foods and Drinks
You want to provide something for your guests to enjoy, and a mimosa bar is always a hit. Make sure to include something nonalcoholic for the pregnant ladies, especially the mommy-to-be of the day!
You might get a bottle of sparkling cider and add some fruit to her drink to give her some bubbles as well. Making lemonade or fruit-infused water is also a good idea. It’s good to have something cool and refreshing to drink. We drank water flavored with lemon, strawberries, and mint.
Guests make their way over to the food section after getting a drink and mingling with their pals. This rain began around 2 p.m., so just little bites were required.
Food should be served if your event is scheduled during breakfast, lunch, or supper hours. For a 2 p.m. event, you only need appetizers, small plates, and desserts! Our friends were quite helpful, each bringing something for us to snack on.
We served delicious chicken salad sandwiches on a charming tiered cupcake stand, as well as a veggie plate (the vegetables were shaped like an owl) and fruit kabobs. Instead of the fruit, you might make cake pops with the wooden logs.