Everyone knows being a full-time mom is not easy task, and you will need to put so much effort on it – especially if you are a career woman, this one could be one of the hardest decisions that you need to face and deal it sooner or later. Despite the fact, every mom out there is not only care to worry about the physical well-being of another human, but you also have to look after their mental and social development as well.
Speaking one of “not-an-easy-task”, one of them is hosting your little girl or boy’s birthday bash. Let’s say you can handle the decorations, but have you already thinking about how the party invitation card is going to look like? It can’t be happened, by the way. This following ideas might help you, see below.
This template was inspired from Sunny Day, an animated series which aired on Nick Jr. for the last three years. This card has such beautiful and colorful vibes. The main element that could attract everyone to pay more attention is, the Watercolor Rainbow, I made it with so much patient and painted it with pastel color, so it stands out the most.
Without sacrificing any details on your invitations, you can easily replace the sample text with your personal wording, since our template is editable with Ms. Word (2007 or later). “Where’s the Sunny Day’s characters?”, relax. Sunny, Rox, Blair and others will be decorating your card, along with some knick-knacks below the wording.
- Click the provided download button (Above).
- It will open Google-Drive’s download page.
- Then, click download or the drop-down arrow.
- Tap Enter on your keyboard to start the download process.
Read and Follow this beginner’s guides
- Unpack the file and install all provided fonts.
- Open the template you’re going to use with Microsoft Word 2007 or above. It would be better if you have the latest version of it.
- Print the template file on card-stock paper. To print the file, (In Ms. Word), go to File > Print > Fill all the settings > Enter.
- Deliver the invitation to your guest, it should have been delivered at least one week prior to the day of the event.