If you’re organising a children’s birthday party at this time of year you may well be planning a Halloween theme. The Halloween decorations are out, the pumpkins are about- it makes sense to meet up for some pumpkin carving and spooky fun. I hear lots of parents saying that they’re not crafty enough to design and make their own invitations, but these days there are so many resources online anyone can make a professional invite. I found amazing Halloween frames on monogram maker that will enable you to quickly and easily make spooky graphics to add to your birthday invitations- take a look at these five ideas:
Bat-ty about Parties
This bat design is perfect for Halloween, Halloween Birthdays, Super Hero and Nature parties. You could add some text, such as “Happy Halloween” as we have done above.
Alternatively, you can add you child’s or family initials to really brand your invite. I think these monograms would look great cut out and stuck on the back of the envelopes in traditional wax stamp style.
Who wouldn’t love this black witches cat style frame?
It can be used at any time of the year for cat lovers.
Which Witch Party?
A witches hat is the perfect frame to represent Halloween. It’s also a great logo for magic or craft potion parties (think soap making and bath bombs).
Pumpkin Pickin’ Party
Pumpkin parties are such fun- you have have a pumpkin trail and a pumpkin themed “photo booth”. Party goers can then design their pumpkins and carve them (with help from the grown ups, of course).
It’s cold at this time of year but guests can warm up with pumpkin pie or pumpkin decorated cakes. This logo could also be use for Autumn, gardening or cooking events.
Spooky House Party
What better frame is there to use for a spooky house party than a spooky house frame? Again you can use it to write text.
Or just use it to add initials.
Using Monograms on a Birthday Invitation
Monograms can be used on invitations in a number of ways. Traditionally, especially when it comes to wedding invitations, the monogram is placed at the top centre of the card. However, it can be placed where you want it- in the middle or bottom of the invite, or even use two monograms at the sides like I have done. Monograms are not just for weddings and can be used in lots of really fun ways. Try monogram maker free, have an explore and see how easy and fun it is to use. If you’re unsure there is a tutorial but the site is intuitive to use. You can select your text, font and frame and also change sizes, colours, position and rotation. Kids will also have fun making their own monograms, especially with these amazing frames.
To complete your invite add a photo, image or border- I’ve chosen a pumpkin border to compliment my pumpkin monograms. Add your text and all the important details. Lastly print out your invitations (if you don’t have a printer, you can order prints online). Pop into labelled envelopes and add a family monogram stamp onto the back of the envelope for an old fashioned look.
Your birthday invitations will be ready in no time, leaving you lots of time to plan the actual party! Halloween monograms could be use as decorations, food labels and Halloween bunting too.
Which is your favourite monogram frame?