16th Party Invites Question!?!
The theme will be "Christmas In July," but I'm trying to get everything figured out so I'm prepared.
I need some ideas on invites, I want them to be something to be remembered.
Any interesting ideas are very much welcomed!
My budget for those are around...$200 and about 50-100 people are going to be invited. I want them to be nice. (:
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Christmas is the time for gingerbread. Many people use gingerbread to create gingerbread houses or gingerbread people. Gingerbread is also used to create ornaments for the Christmas tree. Gingerbread ornaments are also great to use for Christmas party invitations>> Simply cut out and bake your gingerbread ornament, making sure to poke a hole in the top before baking. Once your ornaments have baked and cooled, they are ready to attach your invitations to. Using the same cookie cutters you used to create your gingerbread ornaments, trace the shape onto your invitation paper and cut them out. Write down all of the details of your Christmas party onto the paper. Punch a hole on top of your paper once you have finished writing down the details. Place the paper back to back with your gingerbread ornament and tie together with a ribbon. Not only will guests receive a creative invitation for your Christmas party, but they will receive a homemade gingerbread ornament as well.
Here's how to make the ornaments (they are not edible!)>>http://www.ehow.com/how_11100_make-ginge…
You are inviting 100 people to your birthday party? Wow! You could get matching ornaments and have them etched with the party details and then mail them to each of the invitees.
I think a card with tiny blinking Christmas Lights would be cool. You should be able to get them for about $1 each, have money for postage, and stay within budget!
Snowflake pop out invitation, have the invitation wrapped in a box,