Every year at this time, it seems like I have so many parties that my family and I get invited to. Attending all these fun parties reminded me of the easy DIY invitations I have made in the past. I like making my own because it just gives it a personal touch to the party. Oh! And of course it just HAS to match the theme! I decided to put together a round-up of seven SUPER easy DIY invitations. These are all simple paper crafts that anyone can do.
I made these for my best friend’s son’s 7th birthday party. Perfect for any Lego lover, the charms were a hit even with the boys. Word on the street is that they all kept them as a cool souvenir.
This is my most watched video on YouTube. Don’t worry, it’s not saying that much… ha! It’s also my favorite invite that I have made to date.
These are cute little peephole invites I made for my daughter’s second birthday. This one is fun because you can insert a photo of the guest of honor.
I made these cherry themed invites for the baby shower of my soon to be God Daughter’s!
I made these when I first started blogging for my daughter’s first birthday. My husband loves rock music and I love Paul Frank so we decided to combine them to throw a rocker themed Paul Frank party.
Similar to the cherry themed invites, I made these for a wine tasting bridal shower.
Last but not least, these invites are also one of my favorites. I made these invites to look like a boarding pass for a bachelorette party I helped throw for my friend.