1st Birthday Invitation Card Video for Baby Girl – A Pastel Themed Wheels on the Bus First Birthday Invitation Card Video
This pastel themed invitation has rainbow, stars, sparkle & glitter, balloons, confetti, a magical bus ready to take you on an adventure, which makes the perfect 1st Birthday Party Invitation Card Video for your adorable princess baby girl! Wow your guests & get theme excited for your little one’s 1st Birthday celebration.
So it is time to start planning baby girl’s first birthday and invitations are a great place to start. A first birthday can be really exciting but remember the star of the party may be easily overwhelmed so when planning 1st birthday party invitations try to keep the guest list reasonably limited.
Top first birthday invitation tips 1. It is wise to invite immediate family and friends. Remember to either mail or whatsapp birthday invitations if your guest list is short.
2. Please make sure about the time you’re choosing to put on the 1st birthday invitation. You really need to schedule it round your baby’s sleep schedule. If they have a long morning nap, then maybe plan it for soon after so they are fresh & bubbly. Try to avoid a time of day when you know they’re likely to be tired or out of sorts. This party is for them so plan your invitation time accordingly
3. Send out the birthday invitations at least three weeks in advance. That way if people are working they can book time off. If it is on a weekend then you are sorted.
Remember that this birthday party invitation can be cherished as a souvenir in your baby’s digital scrapbook.
5. Information to include on 1st birthday party invitations Your Child’s Name
The day & date of the party.
The time & span of the party: Be clear on the start and finish time on your birthday invitation. It should be fairly short, of no more than an hour and a half duration at maximum to avoid bub becoming overtired. A morning birthday party is usually good because it gives everyone involved time to go home and rest and recover!
Venue of the party: It’s usually more practical to host a first birthday party at home. That way if they get overwhelmed or upset you can quietly remove them from the situation in an environment they are familiar with.
An alternative venue for hosting your bub’s first birthday that may be appealing is your local park. For more mobile little ones, it gives them space to crawl round or play with local play equipment. If there are any spills or accidents the grass tends to absorb these well and it minimizes your cleaning up duties as well!
Remember that if you do choose to host the birthday party at an outdoor venue, it is always worth having an alternative indoor venue available as well. There are few things more stressful than bad weather on the day your child’s party is set for, so always have a back up plan in mind!
An RSVP number or email address: Make it clear on the birthday invitation what date you need them to respond by. That way you can plan how much food to prepare and activities as well.
A brief description: If you’re having a themed birthday party let people know on the invitation what kind it is. It gives people time to prepare if they need to whip a costume up or that they need to bring bub’s favourite teddy to the teddy bear’s picnic!
Any other relevant information: It’s always good to welcome siblings at a baby’s birthday parties. For parents with older or younger siblings having to organise babysitters can be a challenge, so be prepared to be flexible with numbers for your little one’s first birthday.
Once you’ve planned out all the details for your little one’s birthday party then get the party invitations out in plenty of time. Remember that for you and your bub this may be the first time you’ve organised a birthday party and it’s their first one!
So try to relax and be flexible when it comes to the invitations. Go light on the guest list and ensure the occasion is a happy one for the birthday bub.