1st Birthday Invitation Wording


Wording For A 1st Birthday Invitation

1st Birthday Invitation Wording - An invitation sets your party's tone. It shouts, "Hey, the theme is..." Invites also create excitement as your guests look forward to attending a party. Of course, 1-year-olds won't know the difference, but their parents will anticipate the fun. So, let's get started by getting everyone in the first birthday party mood!


Consider the size of your home. Be sure you can accommodate all of the people you plan to invite. Also, you'll want to be sure that your home is sufficiently baby-proof. Most importantly, be sure you have enough helpers for all the toddlers you plan on inviting.


Be sure your invites give your guests all the necessary party particulars. Birthday child's name, age, time party starts and ends, date, location, (directions, if needed), and party theme. Don't forget to provide RSVP info, which includes a contact name, phone number, and response date.


If you have any special requests or instructions to your guests, be sure to include them on your invitations. For example, you might want everyone to bring a high chair, which would keep all your little guests contained when it comes time to eat. If you're having any water activities, you might tell everyone to bring a bathing suit and towel.

To help get you started, here's some first birthday party invitation ideas to get your creative juices flowing:


Make #1's out of construction paper or cardstock. Write the party details on one side and your child's name on the other. Decorate with fun birthday theme stickers or add glitter to the edges of the #1.


Using one of your party colors, cut 8 1/2" x 11" shiny cardstock into two pieces and fold in half. Using decorative scissors, trim the edges of a photo of your baby, so photo is slightly smaller than the cardstock. Glue photo to the front of the invitation. Put (Name) Is Turning 1! above the photo. On textured white scrapbook paper (finished size will be 4 1/2" x 7 1/2") either type or handwrite in calligraphy the party details on the left side.


Turn your invitation into a keepsake. Start with a piece of 12" x 12" scrapbook paper that has a fun print that coincides with your little one's personality and cut it into four pieces. Glue 3-4 photos of your child onto the paper in a scrapbook fashion. Use fun borders, decorative scissors, stickers, etc. to embellish your pictures. Select photos of various ages ranging from newborn to the present age. Remember to leave room to add your party details.


Select something like a butterfly, monkey head, puppy head, cat head, or any other shape that your child likes and cut the shape out from one-half of a piece of construction paper. Create your invitation's wording on your computer or write it out in calligraphy on a piece of decorative scrapbook paper that has a faint design and will coordinate with your chosen silhouette. Cut this paper about 1/2" smaller than the silhouette, while keeping the basic shape as the silhouette. Glue the scrapbook paper to the construction paper.


Blow up balloons that match your party colors and write the party details on them in permanent marker. Deflate the balloon and mail them to your guests with a note instructing them to blow up the balloon for a good time!

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