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Q: Birthday Invitation Card content. ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Birthday Invitation Card content.
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: rajjesh-ga
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Posted: 13 Aug 2004 22:52 PDT
Expires: 12 Sep 2004 22:52 PDT
Question ID: 387687
I need to invite few close people and relatives (no clients) for the
1st Birthday of my son, I was wondering if i could get some real cute
content for the birthday Invitation card.

I was planning to design a card (or a letter) to invite people for the birthday.

Please post answers in the comment, so that everyone gets a fair
chance.. once the content is selected the researcher could post the
comment as an answer :)
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Subject: Re: Birthday Invitation Card content.
From: epedia-ga on 14 Aug 2004 04:40 PDT

Here is a web page containing various interesting contents:

Subject: Re: Birthday Invitation Card content.
From: phemy-ga on 11 Sep 2004 21:57 PDT
It would help to know your general theme, but if you'd like to read
how other parents celebrated baby's first birthday, a website you
might like is Parent Talk at
(1st bithday ideas).

Many parents choose simple themes for these events, guided by what
cups and napkins are available at the party store. Examples would be
Bob the Builder, circus clowns, or Sesame Street. For these
invitations, you could cut out ad pictures for illustration and write
a small poem in the style of the character.

Others like to have a cake-centered theme, with the party decor based
on the special lamb or butterfly cake handcrafted for the event. You
could make origami notes in the shape of the cake for enticing
invitations. The brevity of Haiku would suit these invites.

If you're going to have the party somewhere else, the menu or tickets
are a good invitation eye-catcher. You could make up a "ticket" for
the big event with funny and exclusive information. For example,
featured events at the affair might be the first haircut, a new word,
or the traditional baby eating cake drama. Have a jolly party.
Subject: Re: Birthday Invitation Card content.
From: spaceranger-ga on 26 May 2005 16:15 PDT

Here is another interesting page with invitations:
<a href="">Make
Your Own Birthday Invitations.</a>

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