Custom Halloween Invites!

Custom Halloween Invitations!

It’s that time of season when the weather cools down, leaves begin to change and if feels like fall.  For most of us it means HALLOWEEN and finding the perfect costume for that amazing party you’ll be attending! For us at Ann Elizabeth it also means creating the perfect invitation for your Halloween party! A creative and professional Halloween party invitation is a great way to get all your friends excited to show off their costume and role play their character for one night.

We thought we would spotlight one of our all time favorite Halloween invitations this week to show you just how good looking a Halloween invitation can be. This invitation definitely gives that creepy vibe from the webbing print on the envelope to the black spider and web on the main piece. The invitation itself has a nice, thick feel with it’s multiple layers; also giving it extra pops of metallic color. This invitation surely grabs the guests attention and gets them in the mood for some Halloween fun!

So if you're planning a Halloween party and need the perfect invite call the experts at Ann Elizabeth and let us help you knock the socks of your friends with an amazing custom invitation!

 

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Kid Parties: Part 2

This week we continue the topic of kid parties and I’m starting with the “PIRATE THEME!”

Let’s face it... pirate parties aren’t just for little boys anymore. Girls don't need to be afraid to cross the gender line into the pirate theme when you add accents like stripes and swirls into the mix and choose a show stopping color like hot pink. The metallic pink envelope has an envelope icing piece that wraps around the side endge so that there is design on the front and back of the envelopes. This is a great way to introduce your theme right from the start. Once you pull the invitation out of the envelope the first thing you see is a skull and crossbones pirate with a bright pink jewel on it’s hat saying “AHOY THERE ladies of the sea!”  Once opened the theme keeps flowing onto the invitation with printed patterns of skull and crossbones, bold pink colors and clever wording as to what the guest of honor “THE FIERCE CAPTAIN RILEY” will be planning for her fellow princess pirates. Lastly the RSVP details are hidden in a four-fold wrap on the right side that has to be opened up to see what's inside. We thought this would be fun to have a hidden element within a pirate and treasure chest invitation.

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Our next two invitations are a girls version and a boys version of a "ticket" invitation. We've taken the familiar shape of a ticket but made it really big - like 6 x 9" big and the ticket becomes an oversized invitation. With both invitations shown the giant ticket sits in a metallic pocket. A band wraps around the pocket and a round sticker is placed front a center over the band. All of the pieces are, of course, made to match the theme of the party.  The pocket is also great for holding extra pieces like the reply card you see in the pink carnival invitation. This fun idea of giving your guest a ticket to your themed party is just another great creative way to get everyo