Two weeks ago, I went on a day trip to visit my sister-in law, Kimberly. She invited everyone, family and friends to come and join the party as her little boy, my nephew, Michael is turning the sweet 10.
I love how she incorporated authentic vintage military gear into her party, not just the decorations, but she was surprisingly taking a step further by also styling the party invitation. The army-inspired birthday cake, camo photobooth and that clever, awesome Army themed invitation, they really had become my whole inspiration to make these collection for you. See below,
Let’s invite all the soldiers to join your stylish and creative Army themed birthday party with one of these. It came up with clever theme incorporating army-inspired decorative elements like Camo-pattern adorning the background, military vehicles (Fighter Jet, Helicopter, Tank, etc.) and there is even a fully-customized wording with cute Army-term that makes it sounds so nice to hear.
- Right-Click each one of your selection
- Then select “Save Image As”, locate your default download folder
- Click “Save”, or tap “Enter”, and the download process will start shortly
- To open the file, you’re going to need to open it on some editing apps, like Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Paint, or even using Online Image/Photo Editor.
Before you go get some supplies at local stationery shop, it’d be better if you find and get a little information of what items you’re going to buy, especially for printing, as it can be a bit tricky. Card-stock paper is definitely the all-rounder, not actually the best one, but sure it will give you plenty of advantages, such as premium or luxury finishes and feels. The best way to deliver your invitation card is either 1-2 weeks prior the day of the event. If you want something simpler, you can send it through social media, like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.