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Get Creative with 1st Birthday Invitations

Author Sarah Porter by
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April 6, 2012 at 2:15 am

How fast a year can go by, you are already picking out your baby’s 1st birthday invitations. This is a huge milestone for parents because so much has happened during the previous year. Your baby has grown so much and developing their own character. What better way to celebrate this great event than with a grand affair and personal party invitations. There are many different traditional 1st birthday themes you can choose to go with, or you can get creative and do it yourself with homemade decorations and party games.

Customize Your Party Invitations

Since most 1st birthday parties consist of older children and adults you should have activities and themes for various age groups. You can customize your 1st birthday invitations to whichever theme you choose to go with, by adding your own images and content to your party invitations. This makes it easier to choose a fun, but different party theme. Instead of the traditional 1st birthday themes, you can go with something more unique, something your baby is interested in.

Fun and Unique 1st Birthday Invitations

If your child is interested in sharks, you can have an underwater themed birthday party. You can order 1st birthday invitations with your child’s photo inside a sharks mouth with a catchy poem. Make your own party decorations with sea shells and sand, or allow the older children to create their own photo frames with beach items. The more you get the children involved in activities, the less bored they will be. You can play pin the tail or fin on the shark for a fun twist on the traditional party game. There are a lot of fun and creative things you can do to make your child’s 1st birthday different from all the rest.

Because the party invitations can be easily customized, there is no limit to your choices of party themes. You can go as big or as little as you want. You want to choose something that you will be proud of. Save your child’s 1st birthday invitations to add to their scrapbook, so they can look back and see how creative you were.

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