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Summer is starting to wind down. With all of the activities you have planned, find time to enjoy an evening picnic with the kiddos before it ends. Even better, invite some friends! Picnics are a great way to gather with friends or neighbors while keeping the party mess outside. Print out a picnic invitation or two, pass them out to your friends, and enjoy an evening outside.

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To get you started on planning a summer picnic, use this free printable invitation as a fun and unique way to invite your friends over for a potluck picnic.


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You can easily host a Monster Bash in the fall, as a Halloween Party or even as a birthday party. Monsters can be a little more playful, and a lot less scary than a lot of Halloween parties. It makes for a very fun party theme! Furry fabric always makes me think of big furry monsters, but you could use any monster inspiring fabric to make your monsters.


You will need: monster invitation printable download, plastic craft eyes, furry fabric, quick dry tacky glue

Directions: First, print and cut out your invitations. Next, cut your fabric into 5in x 7in rectangles. Place glue all around on the back of your invitation, be sure to get the corners. Glue the fabric onto the invitation. Take as many craft eyes as your monster needs, and glue them onto the fabric. Let your invitation dry before delivering.



Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

Whether you’re hosting a bunch of pint-sized cowboys and cowgirls, a group of mini monsters looking for some fun, or a pack of leotard-loving gymnasts, you’ll find plenty of fun invitation ideas for your next kid-friendly birthday bash in this cute and colorful collection.

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Kids Birthday Party Invitation Ideas: 1. Party Animals by Night Owl Paper Goods for Tiny Prints | 2. pARRRty! by Lori Wemple for Minted | 3. Round ‘Em Up by Pear Tree Greetings | 4. Off to Join the Circus by Amber Barkley for Minted | 5. More Macarons Please by Pear Tree Greetings | 6. Gymnast Stars by Magnolia Press for Tiny Prints | 7. Farm Party by Carrie O’Neal for Minted | 8. Upside Down Monster Bash by Pear Tree Greetings

Ideas by Kristen Magee.

Let your guests know that they are “wanted” at a Wild West Party by presenting them with a rustic wanted poster invitation!

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Wanted poster how to on onecharmingparty.com #wildwestparty #westernparty

You will need: wanted poster invitation download, paper, coffee, large baking dish, iron

Directions: Crumble up a piece of paper. Flatten out the piece of paper and place in a large baking dish. Prepare a cup of coffee and pour a layer of coffee over the crinkled piece of paper. Sprinkle some coffee grounds on the paper as well. Take a towel or paper towels and mop up the coffee that is on the paper. Let the paper dry overnight. If your paper isn’t flat, take a iron on a low setting and carefully iron out your paper. Print the Wanted poster invitation on your coffee aged paper. Fill out the wanted poster and post on your friend’s doors to let them know that this is a party that can’t be missed!

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Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

This trick will work for almost any party, but is especially fun for these Carnival Party invites. A few weeks before your party go to a park, or other place that fits your theme, and take a few photos of the birthday kid. You can use a photo on the invitations or to have a few extra pics of the party. These photos will capture your child’s personality. And since they’ll be taken when you aren’t distracted by running the party, lighting candles, or cluttered backgrounds it will be stress free for everyone!

This invitation is available at Brightside PrintsPhotography, design and styling by Jill Means

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