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My daughter is adamant that she have a Minnie Mouse birthday party for her third birthday this year. I decided to agree because it does seem like a fun theme. I’m starting to plan a little early because her baby sister is due the month after her birthday. Since I’m going to have a lot of other stuff on my plate come this December, I needed to send the invites out soon.
I wanted to go ahead and share my handmade Minnie Mouse birthday invitations I whipped up quickly this weekend. It was very easy to make this custom birthday invitation, and it was made out of inexpensive materials!
Supplies for DIY Minnie Invitations:
- Cardstock (pink, or red would work too. I found mine at Michael’s)
- Vellum (with white polka dots. I actually got this from Hobby Lobby)
- Minnie Mouse ribbon (grabbed mine from Walmart)
- Double-sided tape, glue. and scissors
How to Make Minnie Mouse Party Invitations:
First, I decided I would make the invites small and cut an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of pink card stock paper into 4 equal size pieces. This way I could use small invitation envelopes.
I then made a quick Microsoft Word document with the information for the party using the Disney font. I included the date and time of the party as well as where it would be under “Come celebrate Kathryn’s 3rd birthday.” Also, I let guests know there would be snacks and drink but not a complete meal. This momma doesn’t have time for full meal parties!
After creating the invitation document, I printed it out onto polka dot vellum paper and cut the vellum papers just smaller than the card stock. Using double sided tape, I stuck the vellum onto the card stock at the top. If you don’t own any double side tape, glue will work, too.
I found some Minnie Mouse ribbon on a good clearance at Walmart, and it was a perfect color for the invitation. After making little bows of ribbon, I glued them to the top of the vellum.
So easy to make all the Minnie Mouse birthday invitations in one night, and I still think they look pretty cute!
Lastly, I found a wax seal kit on sale at Hobby Lobby that I just couldn’t pass up. Turns out doing those wax seals takes patience and a little bit of trial and error! Nonetheless, I put heart wax seals on the back of every invitation because it was still fun.
All done! Hope you enjoyed my Minnie Mouse party invitations DIY tutorial!
Like birthday ideas? Check out my daughter’s past two years of birthday themes: princess and library/book-themed!