With this pastel invitation template, you can invite your loved ones to a day of fun, food, and partying. The cool blue shades create a stunning, no-fuss invitation that is undeniably captivating.
Create a one-of-a-kind invitation using Canva’s editing platform and this free template as a starting point. You can customise this layout with our simple tools and a large library of elements that you can simply drag and drop from the gallery into the editor.
Rework the fonts, background, and colours to match your vision. Take your party to the next level by downloading your invitation to share online or ordering printed versions in heavenly colours. But if you’re already in love with our invitations, you can simply download for free.
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.
6th Birthday Party Ideas
As far as birthday parties go, six is a terrific age. The celebrant is old enough to recall and enjoy a joyous birthday party, but they are still young enough to show enthusiasm for things like birthday hats, games, and outdoor activities. It’s doubtful that there will be conflict over the guest list at a 6-year-birthday old’s party (if they’re too young to roll their eyes at you).
Party Games & Activities
Your child will be old enough to appreciate an activity party by the age of six, and it’s a terrific way for them to do something new than the parties they’ve attended previously.
This is a fun party activity that will require some preparation. You can either buy pre-made cupcakes or bake them yourself; the only requirement is that there is enough area for the youngsters to decorate them.
You’ll need a variety of items, including fun cake toppers, edible transfers, pre-made icing sugar, and a plethora of sprinkles in bowls ready for tiny hands to explore.
Who doesn’t enjoy a good ol’ fashioned stick? Invest in a couple dirty mats or shift the party to the garden if you don’t want to deal with the mess.
Set up multiple tables with various art supplies so that your visitors can roam around the various art stations; a parent should be present at each table to assist.
Making a paper chain snake, finger painting, and clay modeling are just a few of the possibilities.
If you want your party to create a splash, host a water party. Children can come in their swimsuits and bring spare clothes and a towel. You can have a beach theme with; inflatable palm trees, a paddling pool, deck chairs and beach towels. Set up outdoor music with music from Moana.
Game ideas include slip and slide, hook the duck, set up a sprinkler, and water balloon or water pistol fight.
Birthday Cake Ideas
Depending on how much of a baker you are, there are a variety of birthday cake alternatives!
Most supermarkets sell themed birthday cakes, or you can call your local cake maker for something more customized if you’re having a themed party and want the cake to match. Your five-year-old is sure to like seeing all of their favorite things in icing form!
Buy a store sponge cake and add the personalized embellishments yourself for a middle-ground hack. The kids won’t know the difference, and it’s a simple method to make something one-of-a-kind for a minimal cost.