Having a kids Easter egg hunt Party? These printable easter invitations will be just the thing.
Kids just love hunting eggs - and parties in general! So why not combine the two. And these free printable invites will make inviting your guests a piece of ....chocolate egg! Two great designs both featuring chocolate eggs.
These printable invitations fold to make a card so you can write your party details inside. Two great designs to choose from - and no need to register before you download. Just pick your favorite and print it out.
These invites look fun printed onto colored paper.
Simply scroll down to the invitation you like best and choose your paper type (A4 or letter). Use the links to open the invitations in a new window, ready for printing.
Want something a little more special? This beautiful invite folds into a pretty invite.
This beautiful Easter printable invitation can be yours for only $1.
Please note that this purchase is non-refundable.
The download will be in PDF format - please check you can download and open this type of file BEFORE buying by opening one of the free invitations above.
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These invites can be printed directly to your printer at home. Just make sure you have plenty of ink - and your printer is in working order.
Different types of paper can make a big difference to the final look of the invitation. Your normal photocopy paper will be fine - or try some nice heavyweight paper for a professional look. don't be afraid to experiment with color too! It will brighten up your invite and make it more fun.
No Easter party would be complete without an egg hunt - however old your guests! No-one is ever to old for this fun game! If you are looking for more activities, how about these easter crafts for kids?
Eggs have played a big part at this time of year for centuries. The egg has been a symbol of birth around the world for centuries. Exchanging eggs in the springtime is a custom that goes back many centuries. They were often wrapped in gold leaf (if you could afford it!) or colored brightly by dying them with leaves and petals.
When I was a child we would take our dyed eggs and roll them down a nearby hill. The winner was the one who could get their egg to the bottom intact! It is a good idea to take spares - everyone is gong to want a second try.
You can find out more about Easter egg traditions at Wikipedia - and check out this bizarre tradition reported by the BBC.
"Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life."