October 19, 2015
How do you get word out about your daughter’s upcoming fourth birthday party? These days a lot of moms will hop on Facebook, make an event, and send off invites to every mom on their friends list. Or maybe they are e-mail moms who are going to write one impersonal e-mail and send it to their entire address book. There is one great, personal, and meaningful alternative to these modern day invites – a real handwritten invitation!
First things first; you have to pick out your invitations. You should select invitations that go well with the theme for your party. Paper Eskimo makes eight cute and quirky styles of invitations that can fit in with a number of themes. Throwing a dinosaur themed birthday party for your soon-to-be 4 year-old? Paper Eskimo has you covered for that plus pirates, circuses, farmyards, fairies, mermaids and more! Paper Eskimo invites are unlike any others, they have the unique and fun ability to fold out into 3D images which stand up on their own! Recipients of these invites will know they are going to a party like no other.
Sending out real handwritten invitations adds a personal touch to the invite process. Families who receive these invites will see the time you put into making them and it will make them feel extra special. Writing out the invitations is also a great learning opportunity for your kids! They will get the chance to work on their spelling and penmanship, plus they will learn how to address and send a letter. You can include them in the process of deciding who to invite. If you give them a limit of invites they are going to have to think hard and make some tough decisions! A good lesson for any young boy or girl. Before you set up that Facebook group for your next birthday party consider the benefits of using handwritten invitations. You won’t regret it!
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