Peach blush is the most beautiful color ever, and you can use it for glam weddings, sweet garden weddings, or soft girly nuptials. There are more pink shades to choose from, such as dusty pink, light pink, and so on, and they are appropriate for a soft and vintage party.
Watercolor is a great choice for this, as is a slight raw edge. Add white envelopes, seals, ribbons, and floral prints if they suit your birthday style. If pink is too sweet for your party, combine it with creamy and white, or even light grey to make it more neutral.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template
- Wait for a while, a new page will be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
10th Birthday Party Ideas
A birthday celebration with extra special touches, such as a party and dinner out or an overnight for their friends, can also be used to commemorate a milestone as significant as turning ten. It is a significant event in and of itself when your child turns 10 and enters their final year of elementary school.
Party Theme Ideas
Ensure your big kid has an amazing birthday with these tween-approved party ideas, which range from intense scavenger hunts to a muddy mud race.
Mermaid and Unicorn Party
Who says 10-year-old girls are too old to use a little imagination? Grab some arts and crafts supplies and have your very own kids mythical creatures birthday party! Don your glitteriest clothes, sparkliest kicks and don’t forget your magical powers.
Why not make your very own unicorn horns – all you need is a card, felt tips, elastic and your imagination! Cut your card into strips approx 15cm long, draw on your unicorn horn and decorate as you wish. Then either tape or staple (using an adult’s help) a small piece of elastic to either side of the card so that it fits around your head – voila!
Become princesses for the day! Don your glad rags, dine on some delicious afternoon tea and have a very royal kids birthday party. Start by designing and making your very own tiaras – use gems, glitter and your imaginations to come up with a regal and shimmering tiara fit for a queen!
Then munch on some afternoon tea – scones with jam and cream, finger sandwiches and of course some royal sweet treats! Plus, every princess deserves a little pampering so why not do some nail painting and hair braiding whilst you’re at it.
Why not celebrate entering double digits with a massive pyjama slumber party? Grab the popcorn, blankets and pillows and whack on your favourite movie.
Not to mention the kid’s party games – just no pillow fights, please! How about creating your very own selfie wall to remember the epic night long after the birthday party has ended? All you need is a camera, a tripod and a timer, and of course, your best poses!