06 Oct Halloween Invitations You Can Try for Your Upcoming Party
With barely a month away from Halloween, prepping up your Halloween invitations for your annual Halloween party should start now. You basically have a few days to prepare for your guest list as well as come up with invitation ideas, a week to send, and confirm invitations. This gives your guests a two weeks heads up for fixing their schedule and preparing for their Halloween costumes!
Whether it’s a big Halloween party fully decorated in an open field or a simple celebration at home, having gatherings for Halloween with people you love and enjoy spending time with is a must. Sending out Halloween invitations is just a formal way to give your guests time to prepare and adjust their time to be able to be part of your celebration.
Here are some great options for Halloween party invitations that you can print or create on your own.
Bag of Bones
This is a very fun and unique invitation you can pull off especially with the generous amount of time that you have at the moment in preparing for your party invitations. You can print this simple yet unusual party invitation via MPrintables. A skull and several bone parts are placed inside a black envelope. The individual bone part is where you can write down details about your party. The receiver, on the other hand, will have to piece together the individual pieces to be able to get the information and details about the party. You can ask your kids and other members of the family to cut out the printed invitations and help you fill out the details for your party. Just be sure to check if all pieces are located in each envelope.
Pop Up Invites
If you are leaning into a ghost or zombie theme for Halloween, you can have a Zombie or Ghost Pop up as your invitation. This is also a combination of free prints and DIY, making it affordable and easy for you to do. Simply print out a zombie or ghost pop up of your liking and stick it to a colored cardboard that will double as your card. You can write own details about your Halloween party at the pop up design itself or the cardboard. Be sure to include details about what costume to wear (if any) for your guests to be able to prepare the Halloween costumes accordingly.
This design can actually be used not only for Halloween but for any horror-themed party. You can simply print a coffin-shaped cardboard, one shaped like the coffin used by Dracula and then write details about the party on both sides. You can also order online or have a graphic artist assist you in placing a design on your coffin-shaped card to be able to add more fun and creative design for your invitation. You can then print them after, fold, and send off to your guests.
Creating invitations DIY or having readily prints available as your Halloween invitations is just the first part of your Halloween event. But after sending off your invitations, you can proceed with prepping for Halloween decorations, games, and other important details about your party like food and venue. It is all about starting early and budgeting your time and resources wisely to be able to throw the best Halloween party, or any other themed-party you like.