Halloween Invitations – Make Your Own Invitations For Your Halloween Party and Save

halloween four pumpkinsBrowsing through the rows of cards and costumes for Halloween, you may be confused about how to select a good Halloween invitation.

There is a lot of choice and you want people to come to the party and set a good impression. One way is to sit down and make a small list of the type of people or children you are expecting at your party. This list will have information about gender, school level and hobbies.

Once you have compiled this list write a description of the type of Halloween invitation that would most appeal to a member of the group that you listed above. You can even draw a sample design, noting any color combinations. Now you are ready to shop for the perfect Halloween invitation or you can make your own with your computer and free halloween fonts from Boldfonts.com.

Now that you have your target group and design in mind; you have a better idea of what you are looking for. Think of the theme of your party. Will there be more focus on pumpkins, ghosts, witches or vampires? You may also want to consider the type of card; a good quality card will set a positive impression on the recipients.

You may feel like giving up on the whole idea, but keep heart. It’s important to send out an invitation card as it will help guests remember your event more easily as there may be many parties going on at the same time. This is why it is so important to choose an invitation that will stand out, but also one that people can pin somewhere easily so that they can see it easily. Think about the children and how they will feel when they will see the invitation card. They should feel excited and encouraged to come to your party. For this reason you can take kids who are the same age group as the kids that are going to be at your party and let them pick out a card, this way you’ll know you’re onto a winner straight away.

You may also wish to consider how you are going to present the invitation cards. If you get lots of small pumpkins cheaply; then why not carve a few as and activity with children and then present the invitations in them? Another way of presenting the invitations would be to attach some toy fangs to each invitation. This will get the children engaged in thinking about the party so they are more likely to attend. For free information about making your own halloween invitations at home, visit Boldfonts.com at http://www.boldfonts.com/fonts/halloween/

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • Mixx
  • TwitThis
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.