Valentine Invitations Fun And Fabulous Ideas For Party Invites!}

Submitted by: Elizabeth Chastain

Proper Valentine invitations are the first step toward setting the mood for your Valentines Day parties. Start by creating custom one-of-a-kind Valentine invitations to entice your guests to attend your Valentine event. No need for them to be expensive. To get your creative juices flowing, here are a few ideas for some edible invites, heart-throb invites, and many more that you can make!

CUPID INVITATIONS

– Download onto red card stock a large cupid or you can use a ready-made, die-cut red cupid. Write all of your party details on one side and place the cupids into pink envelopes and then mail or hand-deliver them.

CANDY INVITATIONS

– Cut an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of pink card stock into four pieces using decorative scissors. Write all of your party details on the card stock. Hole-punch the upper left-hand corner, run a red ribbon through the hole, and tie or glue the invite to a mini box of chocolates. Hand-deliver your yummy invites.

HEART STICKER INVITATIONS

– Cut an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of pink card stock into two pieces so that the finished size is 4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″. Decorate around the edges with various heart and flower stickers. Overlap some to make I interesting. Put all of your party details in the center of the invite and hand-deliver or mail them out.

CONVERSATION HEART INVITATIONS #1

– Cut an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of conversation heart printed scrapbook paper into two pieces so that the finished size is 4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″. Cut a piece of pink card stock into pieces that measure 3 1/2″ x 4 1/4″. Glue them to the center of your conversation heart papers. Write all of your party details on the card stock. Hand-deliver or mail out your invites.

CONVERSATION HEART INVITATIONS #2

– Cut an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of pink, orchid, or other pastel card stock into four pieces using decorative scissors. Write all of your party details onto the card stock. Hole-punch the upper left-hand corner, run a color-coordinated ribbon through the hole, and tie or glue to a little box of conversation hearts. Hand-deliver your invites.

CHOCOLATE HEART INVITATIONS

– Pour molding chocolate into small heart molds and insert lollipop sticks while the chocolate is still melted. After the hearts have hardened, remove them from the mold. Wrap each of them in red foil. Wrap the sticks with red ribbons. Cut an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of white card stock into four pieces using decorative scissors. Write all of your party details on the card stock. Glue the lollipop to the upper right-hand corner and hand-deliver the invites.

If none of the above Valentine invitations struck your heartstrings, I still have more to offer at the website noted below. If you’ve made your Valentine party invitation selection, then you are probably ready to move on to thinking about your decorations, cakes, and favors. I’ve got lots of ideas that will help you celebrate love, celebrate that special someone who happens to have a Valentine birthday, or I offer ideas that are suitable for a Valentine theme party for kids.

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