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My daughter’s second birthday is coming up this month. I can’t believe how fast these last two years went by. *Tear*
We threw a big first birthday bash last year and decided to scale it down just a bit this year. We are throwing a beach party similar to last year, with a little more Luau thrown in. Okay, a LOT of Luau. We have teamed up with some great companies to put on a fun Luau-themed party at the end of July so stay tuned for lots of fun DIY projects and ideas from Garb & Gander Prints, Oriental Trading and more.
What really sets the stage for a great party are great invitations. Just like wedding invitations, birthday party invitations give guests a little insight as to what the party vibe is going to be. For instance, a beachy invitation says “swim party, casual atmosphere, fun in the sun, etc.” A fancy black and white invitation says “formal, adult-like, reserved, etc.”
I’m a DIY-kind-of-girl, so when I heard about Garb & Gander’s FREE printable party invitations, I jumped on it! When I say FREE, I absolutely mean free, no credit card needed. You simply create your party invitation, click ‘Finalize’ and then you’re taken to your shopping cart where it says ‘free printing.’ You get a PDF of your party invitation and can print it on your own paper at home. This is great if you are in a rush, like me. I procrastinated a bit this year and ended up getting to the party invitations later than expected.
If you’re not into printing your own invitations, you have the option of placing your order online. The card I chose would run me about $2.09 per card for 10 cards, which, after doing a little research, is a bout right for a party invitation. And of course, you can’t forget the thank you cards. Garb & Gander has matching thank you cards at only $.76 each.
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