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1st Birthday Invitations Tips

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January 3, 2012 at 10:03 pm

Choosing 1st birthday invitations mean that you have made it through many sleepless nights, bottles, and diapers. While all of these things may not be completely over, it is cause to celebrate. Selecting the perfect 1st birthday invitations may not mean much to your baby, but they will mean something to you and your guests. What should you think about when selecting these invites?

first birthday invitations1st Birthday Invitations: Who To Invite

Who should you invite to this first party? While you may feel as if you should invite everyone, you may want to keep control over the list. Think about the party location, as well as your child, to determine the guest list for 1st birthday invitations to ensure that it does not get out of hand and become too stressful for your child.

1st Birthday Invitations: Timing Is Everything

While you may think that mid-afternoon is perfect party time, if this is your child’s nap time, you could be setting yourself up for failure. When thinking about the time for the 1st birthday invitations, you want to be sure that you work around your child’s normal schedule and keep it as short as possible-no longer than two hours, for maximum happiness.

1st Birthday Invitations: Choosing a ThemeFirst Birthday Invitations

Your baby will not know whether everything matches or not, but it can help you with decorating and choosing 1st birthday invitations. Whether you go with a theme or not, you want to be sure that you make it as easy as possible on you. After all, you are also celebrating your first year as a parent.

1st birthday invitations are just the start of your planning, so take the time to make them special to you and to your family.

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