Fly away to Neverland with these cute Peter Pan invitations and party ideas. The Peter Pan Invitation template is so cool and 100% editable! It would be a great start to your Peter Pan themed baby shower party! Edit your Neverland invite online from your device immediately, download, print, or send it by text.
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.
Decorate with white helium balloons on the mailbox (clouds) and hang stars from the tree branches and the doorway. Place a sign outside that says “Welcome to Neverland”. The Peter Pan party can be decorated like the Lost Boys. Hide away by using light and dark green streamers and helium balloons.
Cover the Peter Pan party table with a brown or green table cloth and decorate with artificial vines, old fashioned lanterns, and large flowers for a woodsy feel.
Cover playhouses or swing sets with tarps and/or green and brown streamers to make a hideout. Set up an Indian village with a teepee and a “fire” (make a fire out of cardboard flames and logs).
The table itself was covered in burlap fabric, and all the platters were wood slices in different shapes and sizes. The treats included a beautiful and whimsical cake, cookie pops, candy dipped marshmallows, Peter Pan cap cake pops, powdered donuts decorated with Tinkerbell and Peter Pan silhouette toothpicks, strawberry wafers, Strawberry Whoppers, pink and green gummy candies, and, of course, Pixi Stix.
All of the guests were asked to come dressed in costumes matching the theme. Even some of the parents were garbed in pirate attire and pajamas. During the event, the kids had lots of activities and crafts to keep them busy.
There was a Tinkerbell bounce house, cookie decorating, a pirate ship water table, a pixie dust station where the kids could fill containers with different colored sand, and, of course, a visit from Peter Pan and Tinkerbell! At the end of the event, as the guests left, each kid got to take a fairy catching kit home with them.