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Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

For a dinner party Holiday Party Invitations can be very elegant and personal

The guests will feel like royalty when they open these regal Holiday Party Invitations. If calligraphy is a little too much to learn right now, remember that computer programs have calligraphy like fonts. Use glittering gel pens in silver, green and red. True, the invitations don’t need to be handwritten, but they would look lovely printed in red or green ink. This could be a classic Christmas movie that they have probably been watching every holiday season since they were young children or it can be a recent release. Cream colored handwritten invitations would be beautiful with silver ink.

Holiday Party Invitations bring out the creative side of hosts. Using a marker draw the outline rubber part Manufacturers of the snowman, tree or ornament on one side of the poster board. Now let the host child color in the outline. Top it off by drawing a holly branch complete with berries in a corner of the invitation. The movie counts as a pre-party favor and will get the teens excited about the party itself. On the back side of the Holiday Party Invitations write out the party information. Do not color the invitation, instead put several crayons in a little baggie and include them with the invitation for the guest child to use as they color in the invitation. Using white poster board cut holiday related shapes like snowmen, Christmas trees, and round Christmas ornaments. Create beautiful Snowman ornaments that contain a scroll filled with the party information, for instance.

Teens would find holiday party invitations fun if they were written out on red paper with silver ink and glued to the back of a Christmas movie DVD. Having a Christmas party? Try using something different as an invitation. An easy way to decorate the envelope is to use rubber stamps that say things like Seasons Greetings or Merry Christmas or pictures of Christmas presents or holly branches.. It would be fun to just do the outline, then using a glue stick, follow some of the outline and let the host child sprinkle glitter on the glue.

Adults and children can have a lot of fun creating holiday party invitations together. Drop the DVD/invitation in a white padded mailing bag that has been decorated for Christmas. In either case the invitation will be unique and fun to receive. Write all script in calligraphy for that extra, very special touch. Another great addition would be a rubber stamp that reads “Happy Holidays” or depicts a picture of a holly branch or Christmas wreath