Tom and Jerry want you to come to the party! That’s the message you’ll send with these theme based invitations! A great addition to your Tom and Jerry party supplies, these invites feature the iconic Tom and Jerry .
Tom and Jerry Baby Shower Invitations
Make your party more special and unique with the help of our new Tom and Jerry Birthday Invitation Card. Make a real impression on your guests with a beautiful eCard to announce your event. “Wow factor” guaranteed!
How to Download
- Right-Click your selection.
- Select “Save Image As”.
- Locate the destination folder, or for easy-to-access, you can put it on your desktop, or just leave it as it is.
- Click “Save,” and the download process will take a few seconds or less, depending on how fast your internet access is.
Open the file through Microsoft Word or Paint (Beginner), or Adobe Photoshop (Advanced).
Tom and Jerry are pretty basic characters, so I drew images of them chasing each other, eating birthday cake, and pointing the way to the party (which I posted on the mailbox) and painted them on cardstock and foamboard to set up around with streamers and balloons in primary colors.
To label the bathroom, I copied and pasted an image of Tom looking in the window at Jerry in the bathtub, who is screaming in protest. Muwaha. This was all done with Dollar Tree or cheaper materials for little cost and had a great impact on transforming the space.
Party Snack Ideas
We had Tom’s Lucky Cat Food, which was made from chocolate Lucky Charms, melted white chocolate, and Swedish fish and looked awesome. (People complained because they couldn’t stop eating it.) I also made licorice dynamite, which I fastened a black strip of paper around a few strands and pasted an image of cartoon dynamite on.
Jerry’s Cheesecake Bites were little cheesecake nibbles in bonbon wrappers, dyed yellow and poked with holes to resemble cheese. Fishbowl Punch was blue juice in a glass pitcher with Swedish fish floating in it. Also a cheese and crackers platter.
Party Cakes Ideas
The cake was yellow and had Tom on top in fondant, tied up with a banner with a candle on his head looking concerned. Jerry was giggling beside him, holding a candle. The party colors of red, blue, and yellow were piped on the cake, and I used star-shaped rings with Tom and Jerry faces on them as a border on the side of the cake, which doubled as favors.
Using transparent red and blue party bags, I put a dynamite licorice, a Tom or Jerry figure (ordered online at a reasonable price from the amazing Tom and Jerry Online Store,) a coloring sheet I had printed out with a funny scene from the cartoon and a small pack of crayons.
The ring liberated from the cake bound the bag together at the top. The kids seemed thrilled with the favors. The party was certainly memorable and simple enough to create out of inexpensive, easy to find objects for maximum impact.
Using the primary color scheme to tie the decorations together and just a few punches of Tom and Jerry here and there, it made for a lovely party.