Birthday Invitation Ideas | Design Templates

Planning a birthday party to celebrate a loved one or friend on their special day is an exciting and fun-filled process. You have streamers, balloons, and party favors ready to go, but what about birthday invitation ideas?

Don’t worry, we’re about to start this party on the right foot! From location to outfits to times and dates, discover all the elements you need to include in a birthday invitation, plus 10 expert tips on how to elevate the design of your invitation (whether for your own party or someone else) using PicMonkey’s customizable birthday invitation templates.


What to include in a birthday invitation

There are many things that no invitation – especially a birthday invitation – can go without. Here’s what to include so your guests have all the information they need to attend.

The birthday guest’s name and age

This should go without saying, but should always include the name and age of the celebrant. Go big and bold using a text font that’s neither thin nor eye-catching and highlight them front and center—we’re talking about a 300-plus font size and setting it in a way that’s hard to miss.

Don’t be afraid to increase the font size for your birthday invitation. adjust or adapt This model At PicMonkey.

Capture a special someone with an activated card and give them the spotlight with fonts like Chivo Black, Arial Black, or Code Pro Black. On the other hand, an accurate and bulky script or a handwritten font, such as Bombshell Pro or Bloomishly, can give an elegant look to your invitation.

The date, time and location of the birthday party

There is simply no proper party without a specific date, time and location. Including these basic elements of a birthday invitation lets guests know exactly where and when to attend your celebration.

RSVP and additional details

I got almost every birthday invitation Hazardamentals squared, but there’s another important component to any invitation: RSVP details. For large or formal gatherings, always include an RSVP request and contact information so you or the party planner can anticipate how many people will attend.

Any additional details – such as a dress code or hints of a party theme – are necessary for special dress-up parties. Give your party guests the information they need to be all on the same page.


10 Inspirational Birthday Invitation Ideas

In addition to providing you with all the necessary elements for any birthday invitation, we have 10 Expert Tips To help you master the invitation-making process – and beyond!

1. Stick to the theme of the invitation

adjust or adapt design this invitation At PicMonkey.

Birthday themes are a great way to make the party more cohesive and fun. PicMonkey has you covered for every birthday theme, taking the guesswork out of finding individual design elements for your invitation.

When you open a project in PicMonkey, just click themes in the top toolbar, then select from Rich Text, Textures, Effects, and Graphics options.

2. Customize the illustrations created by the designer

Get charts with this birthday invitation template.

What’s a birthday party invitation without fun and whimsical graphics? Include illustrations that hint at the theme and plans of the party, such as food and drink graphics or fun bunny pictures for a toddler’s birthday party.

PicMonkey’s graphics library is filled to the brim with editable vectors that can be recolored to fit your birthday invitation color scheme.

3. Create an interesting photo collage

make this birthday invitation collage Your PicMonkey.

A combination of different textures, images, and graphics can make a really amazing party invitation. Place the guest of honor front and center and surround them with distinctive graphics.

To get this look yourself in PicMonkey, select your image layer. You find erase or remove bkgnd (If you’re a professional subscriber!) in the right-hand menu. Wipe away to isolate the pivot point and move on to the assembly! Use the Layers panel to rearrange the design elements as desired.

4. Use layers to your advantage

Place individual text layers over a graphic or image of a file Amazing birthday party invitation.

While it’s tempting to write down the details of your birthday invitation and share it with your guest list, you can go even further by manipulating design layers — like text, graphics, shapes, and textures.

Placing design elements on top of each other elevates your invitation and gives it much-needed dimension and excitement.

To do this, simply drag and drop individual layers into a file Layers Painting to rearrange it on your canvas. If you want to take your invitation a step further, use the Eraser tool to erase parts of a layer for a really amazing design.

5. Choose a fun background for color inspiration

Spread the excitement with bold and exciting colours, as in This model.

Birthday parties are fun and exciting. Express your excitement and create a cool look with bright and sexy colours. Try a texture pattern as your background, or upload a photo (or, OR: get one from our stock library).

6. Gradient attraction

Go great with eye-catching gradients. turn this over birthday themed template At your next party invitation.

Gradients combine transitions in colors, creating a distant, directional look for any background, graphic, or text. To add a gradient to your background in PicMonkey, simply select and click on the background layer change color in the right tools menu.

Choose from pre-made gradients or create your own cool gradients (you can use up to 3 colors!).

7. Enhance your digital invitation with animation

Birthday invitations don’t always have to be static designs. Add some excitement and movement to your design – all with the click of a button. Just select the item you want to animate, click moving, and choose from the entrance or repetition animations. The world is your oyster (animated)!

With animations like Pop and Jiggle, you’re guaranteed to get some oh And Uh.

8. Curved-ify your invitation text

get curvy with This Christmas Invitation Template.

Who is to say that all text must be straight? Incorporating curved text adds focus to the details of the invitation while breaking up the monotony of horizontal text.

To do this in PicMonkey, simply select your text layer, and click curved text In the left text tools menu, choose either “Circle” or “Arc”. Goodbye plain text. Hello creativity!

9. Add your own doodles and scribbles

Add accents and doodles with drawing tool.

There’s nothing quite like going the route of preliminary sketching and scribbling to your heart’s content.

To make your own digital painting masterpiece:

  1. Open the Drawing tool from the list of tools tabs on the left (pencil icon).

  2. Select the drawing tool you’d like to use: a pencil, a paintbrush, or a paint sprayer. If you’re a Pro subscriber, you can also use one of the many Premium Brush types.

  3. use the Size and hardness And Energy Sliders to adjust the appearance of the stroke.

  4. Choose colors from the color picker.

  5. Draw away! When done, tap Progressing.

10. Try photo masks

Go beyond just cropping a typical photo and use abstract shapes, graphics, or text instead, like in this birthday invitation template.

Have you ever wanted to apply gold foil effect on a line? Or create an image within an object with just one click? Photo masks enable you to combine two elements into one layer to create an effect that is bound to get your guests excited for the upcoming celebration.

To place an image inside, for example, a drawing, select your drawing layer and click on it Fill in the picture In the left drawing tools menu. Choose your photo and then adjust its shape as you wish.


Create your own birthday invitation design in PicMonkey

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Now that you’re armed with the tips you need to make a great birthday invitation, here’s a quick PicMonkey way:

  1. On the PicMonkey homepage, click Yes Create new templates, then type “birthday invitation” in the search box. Choose one that speaks to you (or just click on one of the templates above!).

  2. Use the tabs on the left to customize your photos, graphics, text, and effects. This is the part where all your new birthday invitation ideas will come in handy.

  3. When your design is finished, click Loading in the top toolbar and export as JPG, PNG or PDF (a feature of PicMonkey Pro). You can also share via email or to a social channel.

To make a birthday invitation from scratch, click Create a new new canvas. Choose your size, or set your own dimensions and click I make it! The same tools apply as if you were using a pre-designed template, so have fun!

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